Walking towards this 750 Ferretti, immediately the first thing you notice are the new generation windows on the main deck which then draws your eye down to the huge window in the hull which where the master cabin is located. Looking forward at the hull you'll notice there's a very large window for the VIP cabin also.
A notable feature is the forward section to the hardtop, which is painted in a similar bronze color to match, it provides maximum shade when underway, this is a very nice feature and balances the lines of the yacht perfectly.
There are three ways to enter the yacht, side boarding on port and starboard via boarding ladder or onto the swim platform and accessing the aft deck via the entryway on the starboard side.
Walking onto the aft deck there's a large teak table with stainless with stainless pedestals and surrounding chairs which can easily accommodate up to 8 people for lunches or al fresco dining. The aft deck is very clean and all your deck gear, the mooring capstan lines and cleats and fair leads are all concealed under fiberglass hatches. To the Port side is a full set of controls and bow and stern thruster concealed. Looking down and back at the swim platform, this is a very substantial retractable platform easily accommodating up to a 15 Ft rigid bottom inflatable. On the swim platform is a 11 foot AB hard bottom inflatable with a 40hp Yamaha Four-Stroke Outboard.
Underneath the very long crew quarters windows which looks like an accent is a large locker for deck gear in the aft, also there is a transom shower.
Walking forwards along the side deck, the Bulwarks works are very high with an oversized stainless handrail for safety. However they are cut way at the salon section of the deck to give you maximum view when inside of the vessel looking down. Walking forwards is a huge sun pad. Unlike many yachts of this size, there's a double Anchor windless system.
Walking back on the side deck, past the huge sun pad, on the port side is a doorway into the helm area with side boarding gates. Aft on both sides of the vessel. When you reach the back of the vessel, located in the Port corner, is an oversized crew stairway leading down to two cabins one for Captain and one for 2 crew with a head and shower access into the engine room through a noise dampening water tight door.
This crew quarters by most European standards are exceptionally large accommodations. Large stairway going into crew quarter from the corner of the aft deck these quarter have the electrical shore main power breakers in a box on the stair well. Possibly if you have a full compliment of guest the Captains Cabin could be used for additional nanny/assistant child as this particular yacht does not need to run with three crew members.
There is a Meile stackable washer and separate dryer.
Smoke detectors in all cabins, corridor, crew and bow thruster
Monitoring system for air conditioning and smoke detection
Carpet without snaps and with sound insulator underneath
Cooler drawer in salon
Mini Hi-Fi with docking station in VIP cabin
Amplifier with remote control and loudspeakers in cockpit
Mini Hi-Fi CD with USB ipod plug in guest cabin and galley
Antenna TV Sat HD decoder in Master, VIP, Guests and Crew Cabin Shore fresh water intake
Independent sea water intake for air conditioner, sea water and water maker
Black water deck connection with pump
Fire fighting system in engine room and systems area
Underwater lights (4)
MAIN SALON & LOWER DECK
In the salon area, it is a very comfortable sitting area for at least 12 people with a pop-up 40' TV, with electronic raising devise, installed in a cabinet opposite, just forward and elevated is the dining area, which is also a nice feature looking down onto the salon. Hi-Fi surround system with Blue-ray and docking Wi-Fi 2 + 1 in salon. TV Sat receiver in salon
Moving forward to the Port is the dining area, which comfortably seats 12 people. Forward of this is the galley, the option to keep it open was chosen rather than have the oversized refrigerator in the galley with solid bulk heads is a preferred option in the USA. There is an under counter refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, all of which are very high end quality appliances.
Coming out of the galley, there's a small breakfast area which is for informal breakfast or snacks. Bosch stove top GE Monogram Series Microwave oven. There is a skylight which opens and acts as an additional vent and give natural light to the galley area. Moving forward to the Port side is the Electronics and helm command station with great visibility very large windows and side port entry opening door. To give more space but also to conserve space there's a fold down Helm chair on the aft bulk head of the Pilot House. The instruments cluster is very well planned using state-of-the Art Furuno Navnet System. To the port of the Helm is a very simple, but comprehensive alarm panel of all ships system.
To the Starboard the modular helm, the stair going down into the companionway. Aft is the full beam Master Cabin with large windows and recess opening port lights. The leathers throughout are same material as used in the Ferrari motor cars along with some of the accent leather padding going down into the foyer going into the wheel house. The Starboard bathroom, when not in use opens completely opens up to the cabin giving you light from either side of the vessel through the huge windows with the integrated portholes. Facing the bed, on the starboard bulk head, is a 32 inch Samsung Flat screen tv, also there is a fusion stereo system through the master. Master bathroom features coraint sink with very large vanity with storage to either side of it enclosed with side pocket door. There is a walk-in closet and drawers to the starboard side of the master which also features a safe. Moving out of the master, there is also a pullout hanging locker.
The two guest cabins each have side by side beds, are identical in size. Each with Samsung 22" LCD TVs and SAT HD decoder. However, the starboard guest cabin bathroom acts as your guest day head. All cabins have blackout blinds.
VIP GUEST CABINS
Moving all the way forward through the lower companionway is the VIP Stateroom with a center line queen modular bed with almost complete walk around to the headboard. This cabin has large port lights, 2 hanging lockers and a Samsung 22" LCD TVs and SAT HD decoder. It has a very large bathroom, the head room is consistent throughout not giving the feeling that this is a V Berth configuration.
Access to the fly bridge is via a molded stairway which has a 90 degree curve as you approaching the top of the stair, having a stairway like this, enables easy access and in rough waters and very safe rather than a straight down stairway to the lower deck. The main helm features an auto pilot Furuno system also included in the fly bridge.
Under the stairs going up to the flybridge is conveniently located an ice maker and to the port side of the stairs is concealed hatch for garbage. The entire floor on the flybridge is made of teak. refrigerator on fly bridge 420kg SLW davit on fly bridge
There's a very large table with a "C" shape sofa, the centerpiece of the table is removal, if not being utilized for dining. There is a Wet Bar and BBQ, with refrigerator underneath, behind the port the helm chair, there are large sun pads forwards which can easily accommodate most of the guests. Behind these sun pads there's a compact helm station on the fly bridge not overly obtrusive when running the boat, but large enough to be practical and to take command efficiently. You'll notice while seating in this area in all angles you are protected by the shade from the additional factory option of the extended hard top, unlike a lot Ferretti models, this is a unique option which ensures protection from the elements in the upper helm position. Aft on the fly bridge behind the "C" section seating is an Besensoni low profile crane, underneath of the boom of the crane are two six men life rafts. The retractable hard top is color coated in a Bronze paint along with the Sat Com Domes and Radar to match.
On the main Engine room bulkhead is the main ship electrical distribution panel. Entering the room there is plenty of headroom and space to work on all of the machinery. Entering through the water bulkhead tight door is the Seakeeper gyro stabilizer on top of this is mounted the air conditioning three individual 90000 BTU's compressors totaling 270,000 which is considered a tropical specification. A Seafari Water maker 600 gallons per day. Engines have automatic oil change systems.
On the starboard side are the freight water pumps. Forward engine room bulkhead is the Emergency bilge system manifold Generator Battery Charger to the MasterVolt and twin Parker Racor fuel filter with crossover for the main engine and Parker Racor filters for the Generator.
ECM (Electronic Control Modules) are also located on both main engines are also located on the forward engine bulkhead along with the ECM Micro Command Control. The overhead has an emergency hatch leading into the aft deck.
Electric stern and bow thruster 15hp (double propeller)
Glendinning 100A with remote control
Shore power batteries
Ground fault interrupters in all heads (5) galley and engine rooms
Isolation transformer 15 KVA & 25 KVA
Radar antenna open array Furuno
Radar/plotter Furuno Navtnet 3D in main helm
Radar/plotter repeater Furuno Navtnet 3D on fly bridge
Multifunction navigation instrument Furuno in main helm and fly bridge (depth, speed, compass, temperature)
Echo transducer on aft
Searchlight electrically controlled (big rectangular)