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New Sale: Ferretti 960 sold at Cannes Show

Discussion in 'Ferretti News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Sep 18, 2013.

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  1. New Ferretti 960 sold at 2013 Cannes Show

    A new sale for the Ferretti 960 was sold at the 2013 Cannes Boat Show. The Ferretti 960 model was recently introduced and is an excellent addition to the Ferretti Group's fleet. At just over 29-meters overall length and a hull length a shade under 24-meters, this fresh and sporty vessel not only boasts some innovative design features and flexible layouts, but can also be managed as a pleasure boat. In this way, she combines the benefits of a more compact vessel with the luxury of a superyacht, a perfect combination that will undoubtedly appeal to all her guests.

    Accommodation aboard the Ferretti 960 yacht is provided in five spacious cabins, including a lovely master cabin on the main deck, as well as four double guest cabins on the lower deck. All guest cabins are ensuite with separate shower box and large storage compartments. The two forwards ones are fitted with sliding beds and can therefore be converted into twin cabins.

    Ferretti 960 yacht can be powered by three different sets of MTU engines. The standard version has two 16V 2000 M84, 2218 mph engines, allowing this beautiful vessel to achieve a top speed of 27.5-knots and a cruising speed of 24-knots. Ferretti 960 Project is also fitted with the ARG (Anti Rolling Gyro) system, to provide more pleasurable onboard experience. Special features include an innovative aft area with a floodable garage to launch and haul the 4.5-meter Williams Jet tender. The main saloon with slidable doors to the side deck and a large sun deck. The new yacht sold will be delivered to her owner in 2015.

    For more information:

    Custom Line
    Via Ansaldo, 5/7
    Zona Industriale Villa Selva
    47122 Forli
    Ferretti World

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