Italian yacht builder Ferretti Yachts has recently unveiled its latest model, the 920. Construction on the first hull is already underway at the yard’s Cattolica facility in preparation for the official launch in September.
Born from a collaboration between the Ferretti Group‘s Product Strategy Committee and Engineering Department, along with Studio Zuccon International Project, the Ferretti Yachts 920 features a dynamic, imposing profile.
28.49m long and 6.78m wide, the model has a hull measuring 23.98m, which means it can be registered as a recreational craft.
Its outdoor areas have a large amount of relaxation spaces. The sunpad on the deckhouse leads into a dinette fitted with two forward-facing sofas, divided by a passageway, and a pair of sofas with adjustable backrests. This creates a spacious lounge, completed with coffee tables that can be protected and shaded by curtains.
The stern area features a Submersible Hatch, an innovative system used to move the garage door and swimming platform, offering guests all the comfort of a spacious beach club and letting the crew handle a 4m tender with ease.
The cockpit has two possible layouts based on the arrangement of the aft sofa: either a separate sofa, or a chaise longue that can be used as a sunpad or a seat for the outdoor dining table.
The flybridge features freestanding furniture, especially amidships and in the stern. The forward part of the hard top overlooking the lounge area and the outdoor helm station comes with various options: the traditional grey fibreglass covering can be replaced with a blacked-out window, a sun canopy, or variable louvres.
The interior design and décor create a warm, welcoming atmosphere with the rooms conveying an original elegance.
Forward on the main deck is located a full-beam owner’s suite with walk-in closet and full-beam bathroom, whilst aft is situated the saloon.
The central area of this deck is designed to control the circulation flows on board. There is a lobby to the starboard side with a storage area, day toilet and stairs down to the lower deck. On the port side, there is a well-equipped galley that leads up to the helm station, or to the first technical and system monitoring area if you continue forward, after which there are stairs leading down to the crew quarters.
The main area of the lower deck is available in two layouts: the version on the first unit includes three en suite cabins. This layout offers guests a full-beam double suite located amidships, a second VIP stateroom on the port side, and a third cabin with single beds.
The 4-cabin layout includes two double staterooms on the port side and two twin cabins on the starboard side.
Great attention is paid to the crew: in addition to the large dinette with laundry area, the captain can enjoy a private en-suite stateroom, while the crew can relax in two double cabins. A second layout is also available for this area, with the captain’s cabin at the foredeck.
The pilothouse boasts a ‘futuristic’ design. Here, the captain can manage the entire yacht thanks to a large control station with a touch screen display that integrates the on-board monitoring system and navigation instruments.
The Ferretti Yachts 920 is available in three different MTU engine configurations: two 12V 2000 M96L 1,920bhp, two 16V 2000 M86 2,186bhp, or two 16V 2000 M96 2,400bhp. Their respective performances are 23, 24 and 26 knots cruising speed and 26.5, 28 and 30 knots maximum speed.
Upon request, the yard can install zero-speed fins or Seakeeper stabilisers on board the yacht.