Innovación que amplia los horizontes del diseño
Ferretti 800, designed by architect Gianni Zuccon from Studio Zuccon International Project and Ferretti Group’s AYT – Advanced Yacht Technology, the shipyard continues to renew its range, combining the original Ferretti Yachts style with both exploration and re-examination in the spheres of planning and design.
Ferretti 800 features twin MAN 1800 engines which drive the hard top version aof the yacht to a top speed of 31 knots.
The external profile of Ferretti 800 features two basic novelties: the use of the colour bronze for the dome and the graphic lines of the glazing characterised by the alternation of sinuous curves and decisive “cuts”. The main deck is almost entirely lit through the windows, guaranteeing maximum external visibility.
The two large open view windows of the master cabin have been further enlarged, whilst two large new concept windows with portholes which can be opened have been fitted in the guest area, guaranteeing excellent functionality. From the outside, the overall view of this yacht gives the idea of a lightweight, highly elegant model, with a sporty touch.
The spacious cockpit features teak flooring, and is furnished with a large sundeck bench with reclining back which can be transformed into a seat for the table, complete with small armchairs. Access to the flying bridge is provided by the stairway on the right, where there is a large dining area with a U-shaped table, grill area and fridge, whilst towards stern there is a large sundeck.
The area destined for the crew has been moved to the extreme bow, making it possible to optimise the space available to owner and guests, and increase privacy. The amount of glazed surfaces make light a leading feature in each and every area, enhancing the natural shades of the interiors and increasing on-board comfort.
Besides the master cabin, in the night area there are also two double bedded VIP cabins, of which one with beds which can be separated, and a guest cabin with overlapping beds.
The large salon is immersed in the light which filters in through the large windows and warms this area, characterised by the nuances of the materials chosen for the furnishings and the elm wood. The space has been skilfully managed to create two distinct areas – living and dining – whilst still maintaining harmonious continuity, and avoiding interruptions to the view.
The living area features a newly designed set out, with two sofas which can be positioned freely along the line of the walls. The right hand sofa is L-shaped, complete with chaise longue and armchair, and a low coffee table.
The dining area is located on the same level, with a Bonaldo crystal table and seats for eight guests. The wall opposite the lunch table, which can open up onto the bridge on the left by means of glass doors, separates the day area from the control area. Towards the right, there is the sliding door providing access to the bridge, the galley and the crew area, and a unit with shelves.
The helm station is located to the left, in a raised po-sition with a door leading to the outside. To starboard there is an access area with the second door to the outside, followed by a convenient dinette/studio with two small sofas, which also doubles up as a charting table.
Decor and materials
The new design trend, both external and internal, also reflects in a renewed choice and careful use of elements of decor such as wood, leather, fabrics, and lighting. Natural colours dominate on board, with neutral parts verging on optical white to brighten up the contrast and give greater brilliance to the warm shades of the elm wood.
In the salon, as indeed in the lunch area and on the bridge, walnut, lined maple flooring can be laid, which creates a geometric, chromatic game with the white of the free-standing sofa. Leather details can be added to all areas on the owner’s request, to give the interiors more character.
The shipyard has also made a careful technical study of the lighting, integrated with the layout of the yacht. It has developed LED lighting for the interiors characterising some of the areas and guaranteeing total on-board comfort and relaxation.
Engines: 2 x MAN V12 - 1800 potencia 1800 mhp / 1323 kW at 2300 rpm
Speed/ High speed: 31 nudos / n.m 290
Medium speed: 27 nudos / n.m. 305
Water Capacity: 1320 lt./US gals. 349
Fuel Capacity: 6750 lt./US gals. 1783
Helmet: 12° dead rise
Text: Amura ± Photo: Cortesía Ferretti