October 2, 2019

New Model: Ferretti 720

The new Ferretti Yachts 720, debuted at the Cannes 2019 boat show, raising the bar on the navigation experience thanks to incredible spaces, plentiful stowage areas and out-of-the-ordinary ceiling heights.  Created in tandem by Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee and Engineering Department, the 720 is the second model following the 670 launched in 2018 with exterior design by architect Filippo Salvetti, while the interior design was handled by the Group’s in-house architects and designers.  Coinciding with the other yachts in the range, Ferretti 720 comes with the same highly popular aerodynamic design revolving around taut, finely poised forms that help to make the deck house lines extremely clean.  With a length of 22 meters and a beam of near to six meters, the 720 offers a number of functional and styling solutions that are highly innovative for a motor yacht of its size, underscoring the constant evolution of the brand, which at the same time preserves its distinctive sporty low profile character that is recognizable on all the models.  The Ferretti 720 offers a four double cabins three bathrooms guest accommodation with a full beam midships owners stateroom.  A crew cabin for two is located aft.  The Ferretti 720 is powered by standard twin Man 1200hp, or optional 1400hp engines.  Top speed is 32 knots with the optional Man 1400hp, while the standard engine slows everything down to four knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 22.3 m (73.3ft)
Hull Length - 21 m
Waterline Length - 18.6 m
Beam - 5.6 m
Draft - 1,8 m under propellers and loaded
Displacement - 46 t unloaded, 54 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 4600 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Max Persons - 18
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Man V8 1200hp, V12 1400hp
Propulsion - line shaft 
Speed - 32 knots max 28 knots cruise with Man 1400hp, 28 knots max with Man 1200hp
Hull Shape - warped modified Vee with 14 degrees deadrise aft
Project - Filippo Salvetti exterior, Ferretti Group engineering for naval architecture and interior
Certification - CE A, certification modules B+F+Aa, ISO 8666 for data

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