Ferretti 870

The Ferretti 870 enhances some of the most successful features of its line and stands out for a large number of innovative design solutions.

Ferretti 870

The Ferretti 870 is yet another accomplishment resulting from the cooperation between Studio Zuccon International Project; AYT (Advanced Yacht Technology), Ferretti Group's research and naval design center; and the team of architects and designers of the Centro Stile Ferretti Group.

The Ferretti 870 enhances some of the most successful features of its line and stands out for a large number of innovative design solutions, including the bronze dome over the navigation bridge and large glazing extending along the entire main deck and in the hull at the cabins' level. The two open-view windows in the master cabin, in particular, have now been joined by large windows with opening portholes in the guest cabins and two windows in the VIP cabin (located at the extreme bow), which result in extraordinary indoor brightness and offer guests wonderful views.

The increased length of this new model can be immediately perceived in the cockpit — so wide it can really be considered as an outdoor lounge where time can be pleasantly spent in good company. The teak table seating six to eight people has been joined, even in the standard version, by a functional bar unit located on the port side, beside the glazed door leading to the salon which includes a lower gunwale at the level of the dining area — a solution normally found on much larger yachts — which results in more harmonious outer lines and in a sleeker, longer profile characterized by spaciousness, elegance, and sportiness.

The new Ferretti 870 comes with two 12V 2000 M94 MTU engines, which have a power of 1948 mph at 2450 rev/min. and allow it to reach a cruising speed of 27 knots and a maximum speed of 30.5 knots. At the maximum speed, the boat has a range of 300 nautical miles, which increases to 358 nautical miles at cruising speed.