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News: First Ferretti 850 Ready To Debut

Discussion in 'Ferretti News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Jul 13, 2016.

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  1. Ferretti Launches First Ferretti 850
    Italian brand Ferretti Yachts launched their first hull in the new 850 series. This yacht will make her debut later this year when she is scheduled to make appearances on both sides of the Atlantic. Of course, Ferretti clients are likely to see her first during private showings but for the public, the first place the 850 will be likely seen in the flesh is at the Cannes Yachting Festival. Following that, the yacht will be transported across the pond to make her North American debut at the popular Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS).
  2. Let's look at the Ferretti 850 in greater detail. The model is called the Ferretti 850 because of the length, coming in at 85-feet 3-inches with a 20-foot 6-inch wide beam. At this point at least three hulls in this new series have been sold to clients. The interior is expected to feature accommodation for crew in two cabins as well as guests in a four suite layout. The master suite is slightly towards the aft in the hull and is full-beam in nature. All cabins are ensuite for the comfort and privacy of guests onboard. The Ferretti 850 is one of the larger models that this company produces, smaller to only the 960 and the 870. Let's talk performance and as you would expect as with all Ferretti models, she will be quite fast. With twin MAN 1,800 horse power as standard below decks, the top speed is going to be around 29-knots. There is an optional powerplant, MAN1900s that would boost the top speed to around 31-knots. So the synopsis then is that you can look out for this brand new model and yacht from Ferretti later this year at Cannes and Fort Lauderdale.

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