Ferretti Yachts has taken to heart the old adage of sticking with what works. The Ferretti Yachts 580 is a new addition to the Italian builder’s flybridge range, which already includes nine other models from 50 to 98 feet length overall. Filippo Salvetti is responsible for the 580’s exterior, as well as six other models in this range. IdeaeItalia handled the interiors. Seven 580s have already been sold, according to the builder, with the first launch scheduled for October. The model’s public debut is expected to be at 2023 Boot Düsseldorf.
Beginning atop the flybridge, there’s forward-facing, U-shaped seating, with a wooden dinette aft. Adjacent to the portside helm station is additional guest seating for four. Forward, there are two sun pads that are 86 square feet each.
In the cockpit, there’s transom seating for several guests and a dinette. Stairs flanking the cockpit lead to the 580’s full-beam, teak swim platform.
Salon access is via a sliding glass door. Guests are first greeted by the portside galley with a cooktop, oven, fridge, freezer and garbage disposal, with options to add a wine chiller and a dishwasher. Galley-to-cockpit access should be a cinch for hosts and onboard chefs alike, with an electrically operated window. One step up from the galley is the salon, where there’s U-shaped seating for at least six to port, and either additional port-facing seating or a TV. The helm station is to starboard, with helmsman and companion seating. In total, the main deck has nearly 194 square feet of usable real estate.
Ferretti Yachts offers the 580 with two or three heads belowdecks; both layouts have three staterooms. In the two-head version, the portside space is reserved for the owner. Here, there’s an en suite head and a space that can serve as a study or vanity. In the three-head layout, the study/vanity is replaced by the master head. A second head to port serves the forepeak stateroom, and the day head to starboard becomes en suite for the twin-berth stateroom abaft it.
There are two styling options for the 580: classic and contemporary. Ferretti Yachts says the classic look has warmer colors and uses walnut wood, dark leather, dark steel, dark-gray and green fabrics, and gray marble. The contemporary aesthetic uses cooler tones, with ivory oak wood, white and blue fabrics, light-gray leather and white marble.
Standard propulsion is twin 900 hp Volvo Penta engines. A 1,000 hp option is available. At press time, estimated speeds and ranges were not available.
- The Ferretti Yachts 580 has three staterooms and can be ordered with two or three heads.
- Two styles are available: classic (warmer colors) and contemporary (cooler colors).
- Seven 580s have already been sold, according to the builder.
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