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Bigger and better

Ferretti Yachts has revealed the shape of its new flagship superyacht, the biggest it has ever built.

08 July 2020


With a length of 100 feet, the latest Ferretti Yachts flagship takes the company into new territory.

Majestic, versatile and suitable for all markets, the Ferretti Yachts 1000 features overhauled design solutions and a choice of two different moods for the interiors.

Owners and their guests can enjoy complete privacy and make the most of the exterior thanks to an extremely innovative and practical aft beach area and a spacious flybridge that is connected directly to the forward section.

Quintessential Italian taste prevails in an understated, polished design that combines clean-cut shapes and refined materials.

The new vessel stems from the partnership between Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee (led by engineer Piero Ferrari) and Engineering Department, with exterior design work by architect Filippo Salvetti and a new interior design concept by Ideaeitalia.


Lofty forms and timeless elegance

Ferretti Yachts 1000 is the shipyard’s first 100-percent, wide-body vessel. The exteriors espouse the same design outlook seen in the other recent models in the range. It has a sporty outline, with lateral glass structures aft and amidships.

Teak plays a prominent role, appearing not only on the aft beach area but also on the curves of the hatch, the walkways, the stairs leading to the flybridge, and the external helm station.

In addition, Ferretti Yachts 1000 is the company’s first-ever vessel to feature substantial use of carbon. All of the superstructure, including the hard top, will be made of the material.

Ferretti Yachts 1000 is the brand’s flagship, heralding a new style based on even more clean-cut and simple forms.

When asked about the new flagship, Filippo Salvetti says, “The yacht has a strong, spontaneous and graceful appearance with an extremely fresh and vibrant silhouette.

“The new concept for onboard flow that has been introduced here is set to become an iconic part of all of the large vessels in the range. Designed with the future in mind, this new creation takes things to the next level for faithful Ferretti Yachts customers.”

The indoor spaces are highly versatile thanks to a modular layout that gives owners plenty of scope to put their own personal stamp on the onboard experience.

Wood is the predominant material in the interior design scheme, and a number of different types have been combined. Superior coverings and fabrics add delightfully soft, warm and comfortable sensations that offset the sheen of marble and glass.

One of the distinguishing features of the approach taken in the new partnership with IdeaeITALIA is a choice between two different interior moods: classic, with soft, traditional tones and subtle contrasts; and contemporary, with bold colours and more urban and modern influences, underlining the widespread international impact on Italian style.

Outstanding features of Ferretti Yachts 1000

Ferretti Yachts 1000 presents a revamped stern concept with 40-square-metres of living space, which is on a par with superyacht sizes.

It is an authentic beach club with direct links between the swimming platform and the cockpit, creating an open wellness area. Situated right next to the sea, it opens up all sorts of adventurous opportunities for owners, who can use the unprecedented outdoor entertainment zone however they like.

There are three steps on each side that open up as the platform lowers, extending the cockpit stairs. On the starboard side, there is independent access to the garage, which can accommodate a Williams Sportjet 445 tender, a personal watercraft and even 2 Seabob.

A glass and steel railing runs around the aft side of the large cockpit, which contains two comfortable sofas and a central table that can be transformed into a coffee table or a dining table. The area can be complemented with free-standing items. It enhances the experience at anchor, as there are no architectural features that block direct contact with the surroundings.

Access from the cockpit to the flybridge is provided by two stairways, and from there it is possible to reach the forward area, where complete privacy is guaranteed. Both of the side walkways on the main deck lead inside. From there, it is easy to get to the raised helm station and back to the flybridge and the forward area.

There is an exemplary approach to space and ergonomics, with a large lounge that looks directly out over the sea and a totally unique owner’s cabin. On request, the large floor-to-ceiling glazed windows in the lounge on the main deck can be made to open up on both sides. Along with the glass door at the entrance, they help to break down the visual barriers dividing the inside and outside, making it feel like a seafront terrace.

One of the yacht’s crowning glories is its multi-purpose galley, which is designed to satisfy even the most demanding owners.

Spanning a huge 10 square metres, it boasts a comprehensive range of equipment. An electric wall opening system reveals a bar and joins it together with the dining area.

Further facilities come in the shape of a laundry and storage area next to the galley. It provides access to the crew area, which sleeps five people. As well as a large captain’s cabin, there are two twin cabins. The solutions underline the international nature of the design, which can cater to the needs of different markets and different onboard requirements.

With the standard layout, there are five cabins in the guest area: an owner’s suite on the main deck and four large double cabins that are all the same size on the lower deck. It is possible to have separate beds in the two forward cabins.

Owners can happily stay in their own little private apartment with a full range of facilities, including a sizeable full-beam bathroom adorned with a perfect blend of marble and wood.

The rooms on the lower deck have been cleverly, rationally designed, and the materials are exquisitely balanced.

Propulsion and technology

Ferretti Yachts 1000, with twin MTU 16V 2000 M86 engines, reaches a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.

On request, the new yacht can be equipped with a gyroscopic stabilisation system and stabilising fins to keep it as quiet and comfortable as possible both at anchor and out on the waves.

Ferretti Yachts 1000 is classified as a recreational craft with CE marking.



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