A carbon fibre hardtop over a vast flybridge is just the cherry on top of the new 30-knot Ferretti 720
This is the second Ferretti to sport a bold Filippo Salvetti exterior and it really is a striking craft. Sometimes looks don’t always translate from rendering to reality but if the 720’s do then we’re certainly in for a visual treat.
On board, the flybridge covers an area of some 30m2 and features a carbon fibre and GRP composite hardtop to help lower the centre of gravity.
Efforts to save weight and the electro-hydraulic steering system developed with XENTA should ensure the Ferretti 720 doesn’t feel cumbersome at sea. The largest MAN V12 1,400hp engines will likely be good for a top speed of more than 30 knots.
There are four cabins on the lower deck with three guests cabins including a VIP forward and a full-beam ensuite master cabin located amidships.
This boat is a classy customer that will undoubtedly have its rivals sitting up and paying attention.
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LOA: 73ft 3in (22.3m)
Beam: 18ft 4in (5.6m)
Engines: Twin MAN 1,200hp/1,400hp
Top speed: Approx 33 knots