FERRETTI 720 MOTOR YACHT
Shaped by architect Filippo Salvetti, who worked with Ferretti Group to devise the external design, the Ferretti 720 opens up a whole new way to experience the sea. It’s remarkably ingenious solutions elevate the concept of cruising in luxurious comfort to new heights. It’s about living the sea life in style, in your home on the waves, with all the comforts of a yacht of timeless elegance and a sensation of well-being like never before.
The Ferretti Yachts 720 debuted at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival and caused an immediate stir. With her amazing spaces, unexpected headroom and abundance of areas to enjoy, she takes the cruising experience to a new level. The spacious master cabin echoes the play of colors and materials that grace the main deck, in a peerless private setting that’s a joy to discover. The minimalist yet detailed design provides a continual counterpoint to the walk-in wardrobe and the grand bathroom, where the smoked-glass inserts and functionality of form are in tune with current trends. Based on a blend of contrasting textures, the striped ceiling, the ribbed surface of the walls, the grid-pattern headboards, and the lounge furniture’s oblique-stripe motif play off one another in profound natural harmony.
The lighting design is an attribute that is unique to the 720. Horizontal LEDs integrate into the ceilings to create a soft, diffuse effect, while independent vertical spotlights with adjustable beams pick out original features with scenic flair. It all adds up to a sublime experience of genuine cruising comfort. In pure engineering, though, Ferretti has always shown the way.
The 720’s engine room is bigger than the owner’s suite, which is saying something and there is room inside for all the noisy ancillaries: gensets, pumps, watermakers, and air-conditioning, with the huge fuel tanks mounted across the forward bulkhead to provide further insulation between hard metal and soft furnishings. The layout here has been designed to make removing the engines as straightforward as possible.
Standard Equipment includes SteerCommand helm system and electronic engine controls with easy-dock and troll functions; 2/66-lb. anchors w/ 246-ft. chain; 2/Lofrans bow windlasses and 2/stern windlasses; electro-hydraulic gangway; 13-kW Genset; 15.5-hp Side-Power bow thruster; 204-liter fridge; 72-liter freezer; microwave/convection oven; granite galley top; dishwasher; A/C; 26″ LCD saloon TV; 880-lb. electro-hydraulic tender hoist; autopilot; Simrad or Garmin radar, VHF, autopilot, and speed/depth gauge.
110 North Dixie Highway
Stuart, FL 34994
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