Ferretti Group will showcase five premieres of its yachts at the glamorous 41st edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival in September.
The models on show will include Yachts 670, Custom Line 120’, Custom Line Navetta 42, Riva 110’ Dolcevita, and Riva 66’ Ribelle – all known for their design, comfort and liveability.
The 670 brings comfort, elegance and performance to the next level with the exterior design created in partnership with Filippo Salvetti, while the interiors are the work of the Group’s inhouse architects and designers.
Standout features include the flybridge which is a spacious 25 metres and the bow which includes a living space large enough to be converted into a luxurious relaxation area. Meanwhile, the magnificent master suite features a roomy study which serves as an antechamber.
The Custom Line 120’, which will also be showcased at the Monaco Yacht Show in the same month, is the first of the custom line to bear the signature of Francesco Paszkowski Design and combines automotive and residential elements in its design.
Owners will be particularly impressed with the glass door that leads through to the spacious lounge which allows guests to enjoy a single liveable space between cockpit and the living area.
The Custom Line 120’ is also the first yacht to feature direct access between the flybridge and forward zone through side passageways along with access to the monkey bridge, boasting a magnificent single large deck of 100 metres.
The Custom Line Navetta 42 is the largest custom line ever and the first in the history of the brand to exceed 300GT.
This magnificent beast features a superior layout to allow total privacy for owners and guests, streamlined organisation onboard flow and greater movement for crew and captain.
The vast suite for the owner is one to marvel while the 4 VIP cabins are equally luxurious, alongside a large beach club at sea level.
The Riva 110’ Dolcevita is the new fibreglass flagship of the fleet and the second born of the Riva range. It will also be showcased in Monaco this September.
Featuring a super sporty design created in partnership with Officina Italiana Design, the model boasts a loft-like lounge with floor to ceiling windows, affording the yacht to be bathed in natural light.
With the flybridge and bow interconnected, the exterior creates a roomy infinity deck perfect for socialising.
The Riva 66’ Ribelle, meanwhile, breaks traditional with its updated aesthetic and functional elements, including high-quality mahogany and stainless steel.