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The Ferretti Yachts 920 To Make Its Debut At The Singapore Yacht Show 2019.

The Ferretti Yachts 920 made its international debut at the 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival with much success, and it is now scheduled to make its Asian debut during the 2019 Singapore Yacht Show. 

The Ferretti Yachts 920 is the child birthed from the collaboration between Ferretti Group’s Project Strategy Committee and its Engineering Department, working alongside the Studio Zuccon International Project. This gigantic new Ferretti Yachts 920 (the largest and most state-of-the-art flybridge yacht thus far) measures 28.49 m LOA but has a hull measuring 23.98 metres – which means that she can be registered as a recreational craft. 

The Ferretti Yachts 920 has a dynamic, irrepressible profile, thanks to the same stylistic design features that have completely modernised the models launched in recent years. This stylistic design language has also further ensured their international success.The first major new feature involves raising the height of the bow, as well as giving the yacht an imposing presence on the water, resulting in the allowance for the addition of a wide-body master suite on the main deck. The detailing of the gunwale, which also helps to emphasise the yacht’s ‘aggressive’ character, continues beyond the bulwark walkways, ‘cutting’ into the design of the windows in the master cabin.

Luxurious Relaxation With Generous Space

The exterior areas for the Ferretti Yachts 920 offer an impressive amount of space for relaxation, which is furnished luxuriously, both in terms of built-ins and freestanding furniture, the latter provided by the famous Italian company Roda, specialised in outdoor furniture. The space located forward in particular, is the largest by far on a Ferretti Yachts vessel of this size. The sun pad on the bridge house leads into a dinette fitted with two forward-facing sofas – divided by a passageway – and a pair of sofas with adjustable backrests along the bulwark, creating a large lounge complete with coffee tables, which can be protected and shaded by sun canopies upon request. 

The cockpit features a multipurpose sofa, which can be used as a sun pad or as a seat for the outdoor dining table. The stern area features a Submersible Hatch, the famous system used to move the garage door and swimming platform, offering guests all the comfort of a space beach club and allowing the crew to handle a tender measuring up to 4m in length with ease. 

The flybridge is a panoramic deck designed for relaxation, especially amidships and at the stern. It is covered with a special blacked-out-window situated over the dining area and outdoor helm station. The bar unit beneath, which can be configured to suit the specific needs of each owner, features a Florim top in travertine.

The Interiors Rival The Stunning Versions In Higher Category Models

The lounge with its anthracite-grey parquet flooring is panelled almost entirely in exquisite walnut wood with chocolate tones, alternating with enamelled accents in different colours. The built-in furniture is upholstered in stone-grey leather, which serves to complement the lounge’s furnishings as a whole, all of which are provided by Minotti. This extends from the fabric-upholstered Powell sofa and coordinated Creed armchair in nubuck leather, to the Duchamp and Calder coffee tables, whose furnishings in Bronze and Calacatta Gold blend elegantly with the rest of the room’s appointments. 

In the dining area sits a table in smoked grey glass, with an enamelled base along with 8 Velis lounge armchairs, in nubuck leather by Potocco – which is just another one of the wide range of optional features that Ferretti Yachts has to offer. A back lighting system provided along with the same ceiling panel lacquered in optical white can be found in all of the craft’s main spaces serves to complete the luxurious contemporary style of the lounge. 

Below deck the theme continues with the same chocolate-tone walnut wood and enamelled accents alternating with fine leather and customisable upholstery. In the wide body master stateroom, a recessed base supports the bed that visually “floats”, while above it, a large mirror emphasises the cabin’s generous size. The expansive windows, covered by gathered curtains provides for a stunning view of the panorama outside. Furnishings include a vanity table and a walk-in-closet. The full-beam bathroom is located at the foredeck on a slightly lower level. Parquet flooring, Antolini marble, mosaics and brass accenting characterise this space, which is divided into three separate sections; one for the toilet, one for the shower and another where the sinks are located, above which hangs an OmniDecor DecorFlou Bronze mirror. 

The central area of the deck is designed to control the circulation flows on board. There is a lobby to the starboard side with a companionway leading down to the lower deck, a large storage area and a day toilet. On the port side is a large galley, all by Ernestomeda, from which you can go up to the helm station or out onto the exterior walkway. Continuing forward, there is the first technical and system-monitoring area, beyond which is the companionway leading down to the crew quarters. 

The Ferretti Yachts 920 offers two layouts for the main area of the lower deck; the first unit includes 3 large en-suite cabins. This exclusive layout allows the Ferretti Yachts 920 to offer guests a full-beam double suite amidships, worthy of being called a master cabin and a second VIP suite on the port side with the exact same set-up. A comfortable third cabin with single beds completes the sleeping area. The furnishings in these cabins and in their bathrooms feature the same interplay of materials and colours as on the main deck, but with specific customised variations. The second layout is a 4-cabin layout organised into two en-suite cabins on the port side and two doubles with single beds on the starboard side. 

Great attention is paid to the crew on the Ferretti Yachts 920 where in addition to a dinette with laundry area, the captain can enjoy a private en-suite cabin, while the crew can relax in two double cabins with a shared bathroom fitted with a separate shower. A second layout is also available for this area, with a captain’s cabin at the foredeck. 

The Ferretti Yachts 920 cruises at 26 knots with a maximum potential speed of 30 knots. This is possible with the two MTU 16V, 2000 M96 engines which generates 2,435 MHP. The Ferretti Yachts 920 also comes with zero-speed fins and Seakeeper stabilisers. 

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