Ferretti Yachts is on schedule for the world premiere of two new models: the Ferretti 450 and the Ferretti 850, both slated to debut in September.
Both models were created as joint projects of Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee, Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and Studio Zuccon International Project. The 450 will be the new entry-level model in the Ferretti line, while the 850 will fall just behind the 870 and 960 in length overall.
The Ferretti 450 is a two-stateroom, two-head yacht with the option of removing one head and adding a bunk-style stateroom for the kids. Its salon layout includes a galley aft, with easy access to the outdoor cockpit and seating.
The Ferretti 850 has four ensuite staterooms belowdecks, plus two cabins in the bow for four crew. An additional day-head is on the main deck, which can be configured in several ways depending on the owner’s preference for open or closed galley space. The flybridge has built-in seating as well as room for chaise lounges aft when the tender is deployed.
Top speed on the Ferretti 450: Between 30 and 31.5 knots with Cummins QSB6.7 engines, depending on the owner’s choice of horsepower.
Top speed on the Ferretti 850: Either 29 or 31 knots, depending on the owner’s choice of MAN V12-1800 or V12-1900 engines.