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Ferretti Group are bringing a fleet of yachts to Dubai International Boat Show to show off for the first time in the region.

27 February 2018


The spotlight will be on Ferretti Group at the Dubai International Boat Show 2018 as the group brings five boats, including three yachts dubbed ‘gulf premières’.

Ferretti Group will moor at fleet of five yachts at the Dubai International Boat Show held from 27 of February until the 3 of March at the Dubai Canal, Jumeirah.

The five boats will be on display will be 88’ Domino Super, Ferretti Yachts 550 and the three ‘Gulf premières’, Riva 100’ Corsaro, Ferretti Yachts 780 and Pershing 70, all docking for the very first time in the United Arab Emirates.

Over 29,000 visitors are expected for the Emirate show, which is attracting major interest from prospective buyers and builders alike to the region.


The ‘Gulf premières’ at the 2018 Dubai International Boat Show:


Riva 100’ Corsaro

The natural heir to previous legendary models and the first model of the new flybridge generation, 100’ Corsaro offers the perfect combination of comfort, performance, style and safety. With majestic dimensions arranged harmoniously with the athleticism of the design, 100’ Corsaro is characterised by a sharp profile, which evokes the shape of an arrow with metallic colours in dark tones and large glass surfaces. The wonderful wide body suite occupies the entire area at the bow of the main deck.


Ferretti Yachts 780

The 24 metre flybridge is a perfect blend of comfort, style, seaworthiness and safety. This yacht is the result of an intelligent evolution, the boat where you wish to be when you dream of a modern and rewarding sailing experience. Its aerodynamic design is manifested in sleek lines and clean shapes, accentuated by the choice to resize the height of the hull’s topsides, to the benefit of the yacht’s overall sporty character.

Pershing 70

Pershing 70 surprises for its futuristic and imposing shapes, increasingly dynamic lines, and innovative design solutions. Further enhanced by two large side wings, the vessel draws comparisons to a fighter aircraft, immediately recognisable for aerodynamics, style and performance. Even the interiors are unique, with an unusual layout and distinguished, contrasting design aesthetics that characterise the rooms, both on the main deck and below deck, the kitchen and the three guest cabins.




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