Ferretti Yachts in Italy has unveiled its new flagship: the Ferretti 1000. The yacht has a length overall of 100 feet and, according to the builder, a top speed of 28 knots.
“The new concept for onboard flow that has been introduced here is set to become an iconic part of all of the large vessels in the range,” designer Filippo Salvetti, who penned the exteriors, stated in a press release. “Designed with the future in mind, this new creation takes things to the next level for faithful Ferretti Yachts customers.”
The Ferretti Yachts 1000 is the result of a partnership among Salvetti, Ideaeitalia (which handled interiors), the Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee (led by engineer Piero Ferrari) and the group’s Engineering Department.
Ferretti Yachts is calling the flagship its first “100-percent wide-body vessel,” with teak being used liberally throughout, and with a substantial use of carbon in the superstructure, including the hardtop.
Inside, owners can choose from two décor packages: classic, with softer traditional tones and subtle contrasts; and contemporary, with bolder colors and more urban and modern influences. The galley has an electrically operating wall that separates it from the bar and dining area, and that can be opened to create a larger, open space.
The stern area for guests spans about 430 square feet, including a beach club with direct water access. Inside are five guest staterooms, including a main-deck master.
Power package: According to Ferretti Yachts, twin 2,600-horsepower MTU 16V 2000 M86 engines push the yacht to a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.
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