Featuring the new wide-body concept, the Ferretti 920 is the leading maxi flybridge


The first of Italian shipyard Ferretti flybridge range to feature the wide-body concept, it’s safe to say that the restyled maxi flybridge Ferretti 920 successfully captures the yard’s new philosophy “Just Like Home.”

Designed to enhance her owners and guests stay out at sea, the grand scale of her design is innovative and includes striking, sporty yet classic lines and an impressive amount of space onboard. First debuted during the Cannes Yachting Festival 2019, she is the result of a collaboration between Zuccon International Project, Ferretti’s Group Engineering Department and the Product Strategy Committee. Measuring 28.49-metres in length, with a beam of 6.78-metres and a 2.3-metre draught, she offers plenty of room for leisure and relaxation while placing comfort and style at the centre of the design. Both the layout and technical characteristics remain the same as her predecessors, but the new lines regarding the exterior and interior are cleaner, softer and more refined. Together, this results in a yacht that provides an unrivalled sensation of well-being throughout its indoor and outdoor spaces.

Able to accommodate eight to ten guests in up to four cabins, the Ferretti 920 offers an additional three cabins for a crew of five. The lower deck houses three ensuite cabins, including a full-beam double suite and a second VIP suite and a convertible twin cabin. The furnishings for the interior were carefully selected for their luxurious and elegant touch, while the warm colour palette creates a more warm and welcoming feeling onboard. Featuring the same interplay of materials and colours as the main and upper deck, this includes the Minotti headboards and the graphite coloured Kabuki fabric in the master cabin.

The main deck is home to a sprawling lounge, with white lacquered ceilings well balanced by the bleached oak floors. The leather upholstered furniture pairs perfectly with the light-coloured marble and sand detailing used throughout. The dining area houses a table for up to ten guests. Sliding glass doors lead to the main deck aft, which features room for al-fresco dining and seating. Forward on the main deck, the wide-body main suite houses a designed bed enriched by the Minotti fabrics used for the headboard.  A large mirror over the bed emphasises the spacious size of the cabin. The furnishing is completed with a large walk-in closet with large windows offering a stunning view on the outside. The full-beam marble bathroom is divided into three areas comprising the head, shower, and washbasin area with large mirrors.

From the large galley, you can go up to the pilothouse on the upper deck, which houses a futuristic helm station. The sky lounge houses a sit-down bar, as well as additional outdoor seating and sun loungers, ideal for relaxing in complete privacy. For those looking for direct access to the water, the lower deck provides a swim platform, creating a closer connection to the direct environment.

Powered by twin MTU engines of 2435 hp, she has a maximum speed of 30 knots and a cruising speed of 23 knots, perfect for exploring bays and island hopping.

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