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Ferretti Yachts in Italy is teasing more details about the Infynito 90, the first model in a new range from the builder.
The Infynito line is based on connecting boaters with the surrounding environment, using more sustainable materials, and customized detailing. The model line is a collaboration among the Strategic Product Committee led by. Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department.
Exterior design and hulls are by Filippo Salvetti, while the interiors are the work of Ideaeitalia.
The Infynito 90 is expected to debut this year. Its length overall is 88 feet, 6 inches, with a beam of 24 feet, 1 inch. The open-air living spaces, according to Ferretti, are almost 50 percent greater than in comparable-length yachts. Interiors are also increased, particularly on the main deck and in the sky lounge.
Owners will have a choice of layouts on each deck, with open-plan and more formal versions available. Power options will include twin 1,800 hp MAN V-12s for a projected top speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots. Range, according to Ferretti, will be 1,200 nautical miles at 12 knots.
What’s Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced Architecture? FSEA technology is a package of environmentally friendly cruising solutions such as a solar roof, ecological paints, sustainable teak, recyclable fabrics and leathers, and more.
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