The Grid Asia’s Brief Walkabout Of The Ferretti Yachts 670.
Launched globally in 2018, all Ferretti Yachts 670 seen here in Asia are spoken for and privately owned, even before Ferretti Group Asia had the opportunity to premier this mid-sized motor-yacht to the Asian market – a testament to the popularity amongst enthusiasts.
This summer however, Ferretti Group Asia welcomes the arrival of the Ferretti Yachts 670 in Hong Kong for its Asian Premiere, providing an opportunity to showcase the one of a kind beauty to the rest of the Asian market.
The Ferretti Yachts 670 is a 67 feet (20.24 metres) mid-sized motor yacht born from the partnership between Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and its Product Strategy Committee. This is also the first Ferretti Yachts creation which carries proudly an exterior designed in collaboration with architect Filippo Salvetti. Though considered mid-sized, the Ferretti Yachts 670 incorporates a number of solutions typically seen on a larger yacht like a large full beam Master Cabin with en-suite study on the lower deck, all made possible with the collaboration.
Elegant and sporty paints the overall theme for the Ferretti Yachts 670. It is further characterised by clear and stretched lines, typical features of all new and recent Ferretti Yachts.
On the stern, lies a large swimming platform with a H+B vertical tender lift capable of accommodating a 3.45 meters jet tender. At the transom are two large compartments that can accommodate a couple of Seabobs.
Moving up, the bow outside the fore area presents three spacious sofas which faces one another and two dining tables that can be converted into relaxation surfaces transforming the entire area into one big sun pad. This section can also be further covered entirely with a bimini top.
The Ferretti Yachts 670 has one of the most spacious flybridges in its class. At 24 square meters, the aft is fitted with free-standing furnitures with bimini covering while the center left area sits a fully equipped bar, fridge and grill that faces an entertainment area with a C-shaped sofa and a dining table, all entirely shaded by a large hard-top.
From the stern cockpit, a glass door opens up to the main deck lounge revealing two beautiful facing sofas and television with lift system. Further along, the dining area features an attractive open-plan kitchen and dining table. And beyond the dining area sits the helm station served by a door that provides for direct access to the bridge from an outside walkway.
The lower deck of the Ferretti Yachts 670 sports a 3-cabin layout. With a total spacious surface of 18 square metres, the owner’s suite which is located amidships includes a study that can double as a private space. Positioned in the centre of the room is the bed, and behind it towards the stern, are walk-in closet on the port side, and a large bathroom to the starboard. This arrangement offers for better soundproofing against the noise from the engine room.
Lower deck, towards to foredeck, on the starboard side is the double cabin while the foredeck houses the VIP cabin. Both the double cabin and the VIP cabin have a bathroom and separate shower.
The crew cabin with private access is also located on the lower deck, together with the engine room. Situated at the far end of the stern, access can be both from the cockpit and the crew cabin.
The Ferretti Yachts 670 is equipped equipped with integrated Naviop-Simrad instrumentation and electro-hydraulic steering system, which is developed in collaboration with XENTA, offering greater steering comfort, easy handling of the helm and efficiency when turning in any sea conditions no matter the speeds.
The steering system is also integrated with a cutting edge joystick package, paired with a powerful proportional thruster which includes the docking and tiller/cruise functions for easy docking manoeuvres at berth. Also present is an innovative Dynamic Positioning System (DPS) for shaft-line propulsion. For that further stability at anchor, the Ferretti Yachts 670 is equipped with 2 units of Seakeeper NG6s gyroscopic stabilisers.
Visuals: Ferretti Group