Smart design choices might just make the Ferretti 57 Flybridge a future-proof purchase.
Following in the wake of Ferretti's popular 830 is the company's new 870, a yacht that is sure to appeal to owners who treasure sophisticated design and detail. The 870 is another example of the tri-tipped partnership between Ferretti's in-house research and naval design center, Studio Zuccon International Project...
New Direction Ferretti aims for a wider audience by putting big-yacht features into its smallest “big” model. Few yachting brands are as instantly recognizable, with those stern, straight-edged windows, the creamy gelcoat, strong horizontals, and cantilevered upper decks. Never a high-volume builder, but always an arbiter of engineering and build quality, Ferretti
Ferretti 720Ferretti’s latest flying-bridge cruiser promises to be a popular choice among younger owners looking for a stylishly modern boat with remarkably nimble handling. The exterior is marked by sporty lines and a “roll bar” with an integrated bimini top that can shade much of the spacious flying bridge. There’s plenty of room up top—enough
Imagination MoverElegant, spacious, and Speedy, the Ferretti 800 opens up a world of at-sea possibilties.When the going gets tough, the secret of success is much the same as it is when the living is easy: keep moving. You can be certain that’s what your competitors will do, and if you don’t, you won’t be competitors for very long. In the boat business,
The Ferretti Group’s Privilege Days event for owners, high-rollers, and other promising prospects has become an annual fixture in the Italian seaside resort of Cattolica, on the Adriatic coast. At the quayside the company assembles a complete and fully crewed range of boats from the Ferretti, Custom Line, and Mochi shipyards, reserves the local restaurant, and waits for nature to take its