She’s the result of the collaboration between the Engineering Department of Ferretti Group with Studio Zuccon International Project: the new Ferretti Yachts 920, despite an overall length of 28.49 meters, features an LH of 23.98 allowing her to be registered as a pleasure yacht. She made her debut at 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival.
The first major innovation of the Ferretti Yachts 920 is the raised bow so the owner’s suite could be moved to the main deck, with long side windows to fill it with light.
Plenty of space fot total relaxation
Outdoor spaces are characterized by the amount of chill-out areas. The furniture is by Roda, a well-established Italian company specialized in outdoor pieces. The bow area is the largest ever for a Ferretti Yachts: the sundeck leads to a dinette with two front-facing sofas and a pair of side ones with retractable backrests. This makes for a large lounge, completed with tables, which can be protected and shaded by awnings.
The cockpit features a multi-functional couch to be used as a sun bed when not serving the outdoor dining table. On the stern we find the Submersible Hatch, the handling system for the garage door and the swim platform which offers guests a large beach club and allows the crew to launch and haul a tender up to 4 meters in length.
The flybridge is a panoramic deck covered by a special darkened crystal that overlooks the dining area and the exterior piloting station. The wet bar can be configured according to the specific needs of the owner and is covered by a floor in Florim travertine.
Ferretti Yachts 920 has maxiyacht interiors
The salon, with anthracite parquet flooring, is almost entirely covered with a walnut joinery in brown shades, alternating with lacquered elements. Rock-gray leather characterize the structural furniture that frames the salon design, entirely signed by Minotti.
In the dining area there is a smoked-glass table with eight Velis chairs in nabuk by Potocco, an optional choice in the range of design proposals offered by Ferretti Yachts. To complement the style, the backlight system running along the ceiling in white opaque lacquer, present in all major rooms.
Belowdecks again brown walnut essence and lacquered joinery, alternating with precious leather and customizable coatings. In the owner’s suite the bed, supported by a base that makes it seem as it’s floating, is accompanied to a large mirror that emphasizes the generous dimensions of the cabin, while the large windows with curly curtains let the eye a wonderful outside view. There’s still space for a vanity corner and a walk-in closet. The bathroom is to bow, on a slightly lowered level: divided into three separate areas it features parquet flooring, Antolini marbles, mosaics and brass finishes.
The galley, by Ernestomeda, is in the crew quarters of the lower deck. The passengers of Ferretti Yachts 920 will have two possible layouts: three cabins with full beam master amidships, VIP to bow and twin cabin to port; or four cabins with two double ones to port and two twin to starboard.
Beside a dinette with laundry area, the crew area consists of a private cabin for the captain and two doubles for the crew, the latter ones sharing the head. A second available layout moves the captain’s cabin to bow. The pilot house is a futuristic space, whereby the captain manages the entire yacht through a large dashboard with a new generation of rudder controls and multiple touchscreens that integrate on-board monitoring and navigation tools.
Ferretti Yachts 920 can be powered by three different types of propulsion by MTU. The first choice is V16 2000 M96 engines with a power of 2,435 HP, which allows (preliminary data) to cruise at 26 knots and reach 30 at maximum speed. The yacht also features zero speed fins and Seakeeper stabilizers.
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