|Classe||Barca a motore da crociera|
|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Ubicazione||Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Stati Uniti|
|Lunghezza totale||22.73 m|
|Lunghezza al galleggiamento||18.95 m|
|Pescaggio massimo||1.83 m|
|Peso a secco||109789 lb|
|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Ore di motore||480|
|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Ore di motore||480|
|Locale WC /bagni||5|
|Numero massimo passeggeri||20|
|Serbatoio carburante||1321 gal|
|Serbatoio acqua||262 gal|
3D Tour link of this Yacht is below.
The exquisite 750 looks like no other Ferretti before her. She's the first product of a planned overhaul of Ferretti's exterior lines, which aims at making these boats sleeker, with brighter interiors. The effect is the appearance of a low profile, despite having a truly large fly bridge and hardtop above. Additionally, the unique bronze hardtop breaks up the boat's profile further complimenting the modern look of this luxury yacht.
Prior to the boat being offered for sale, this 750 Ferretti has had almost every sensible option chosen from the factory. MTU engines have approximately 480 hours. This vessel is essentially in like-new condition sat side by side to any new Ferretti.
Will consider smaller, quality trade-in vessels.
3D Tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=EWBPmJGMSR1
Walking towards this 750 Ferretti, the first thing you immediately notice are the new generation windows on the main deck which then draws your eye down to the huge window in the hull where the master cabin is located. Looking forward at the hull, you'll notice there is a very large window for the VIP cabin.
There are several ways to enter the yacht: side boarding to 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 is a large teak table with stainless pedestals and surrounding chairs which can easily accommodate up to 8 people for dining. The aft deck is very clean and all the deck gear, the mooring capstans, lines, 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, there is a very substantial retractable platform easily accommodating up to a 15 foot rigid bottom inflatable.
Underneath the very long crew quarters windows is a large locker for deck gear in the aft (looks like an accent). Also there is a transom shower.
Walking forward along the side deck, the Bulwarks are very high with an oversized stainless handrail for safety. However, they are cut away at the salon section of the deck to give maximum view when inside the vessel looking out. Walking forward is a large sun pad. Unlike many yachts of this size, there is a double anchor windlass 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 2 cabins: one for captain and one for crew with a head and shower. These crew quarters by most European standards are exceptionally large accomodations. Access into the engine room is through a noise dampening water tight door.
Additional features include:
- 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
- TV Sat HD decoder in Master, VIP, Guests and Crew Cabin
- 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 and 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 device installed in a cabinet opposite. Just forward and elevated is the dining area which is also a nice feature looking down onto the salon. There is a hi-fi surround system with Blu-Ray and docking wi-fi 2+1 and satellite TV 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 the galley open was chosen rather than have an oversized refrigerator in the galley with solid bulk heads. This option is highly preferred in the US. There are high-end quality appliances including an undercounter refrigerator, freezer, and dishwasher.
Coming out of the galley, there is a small breakfast area meant for informal breakfasts or snacks. Bosch stovetop and GE Monogram series microwave. There is a skylight which opens and gives beautiful natural light to the galley area and also acts as additional ventilation. Moving forward to 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 is a fold down helm chair on the aft bulk head of the pilothouse. The instrument cluster uses state of the art Furuno Navnet System. To the port of the helm is a very simple but comprehensive alarm panel of all ships systems.
To the starboard side, there is a modular helm with a stairwell into the companionway. Aft is the full-beam master cabin with large windows and recessed opening port lights. The leather throughout is the same as used in Ferrari motor cars along with some of the accent leather padding going down into the foyer leading to the wheel house.
The starboard bathroom, when not in use, opens completely to the cabin giving you light from either side of the vessel through the huge windows with integrated portholes. Facing the bed, on the starboard bulk head is a 32" Samsung flatscreen TV.
In addition, there is a Fusion stereo system throughout the master. Master bathroom features Corian sink with very large vanity with storage to either side enclosed with side pocket door. There is a walk-in closet and drawers to the starboard side of the master which features a safe. Moving out of the master, there is also a pullout hanging locker.
The 2 guest cabins each have side by side beds which are identical in size. Each cabin features a Samsung 22" LCD TV and Sat TV decoder. 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, Samsung 22" LCD TV and SAT HD decoder. It also has a very large bathroom and the head room is consistent throughout not giving a feeling of a V Berth configuration.
Access to the fly bridge is via a molded stairway which has a 90 degree curve as you approach the top of the stairs. Having a stairway like this enables easy access and in rough waters, is 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 fly bridge is an icemaker conveniently located and a concealed hatch for garbage is located port side of stairs. The entire floor on the fly bridge is teak. Additional features are a refrigerator and 420kg SLW davit.
There is a very large table with a C shape sofa. The centerpiece of the table is removal. There is a wet bar and BBQ with refrigerator underneath. Behind the port helm chair, there are large sun pads forward which can easily accommodate most of the guests. Behind these sun pads, there is 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. Unlike a lot of Ferretti models, the extended hardtop feature 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 a Besentoni low profile crane. Underneath the boom of the crane are 2 six man life rafts. The retractable hard top is a bronze color paint with the Sat Com Domes and radar to match.
In the main engine room bulkhead is the main ship electrical distribution panel. There is plenty of headroom and space to work on all machinery. Entering through the water bulkhead tight door is the Seakeeper gyro stabilizer. There are 3 individual 90,000 BTU air conditioning compressors totaling 270,000 which is considered a tropical specification. A Seafari watermaker 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 the Parker Racor filters for the generator.
ECM (Electronic Control Modules) are located on both main engines and 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.
- Electrical 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 and 25 KVA
- Radar antenna open array Furuno
- Radar/plotter Furuno Natnet 3D in main helm
- Radar/plotter repeater Furuno Natnet 3D on fly bridge
- Multifunction navigation instrument Furuno in main helm and fly bridge (depth, speed, compass, temp)
- Echo transducer on aft
- Searchlight electrically controlled
- 2 Onan diesel generators 23K with 520 (port) and 510 (stbd) hours each
Hard top version Bronze color
Canopy on Fly (from hardtop to sun-bathing area)
Teak floor on Fly
Open galley, US version
2 Onan diesel generators 23K with 520 (port) and 510 (stbd) each
Anti rolling Gyro stabilizer
Electric stern and bow thruster 15hp (double propeller)
Control station in cockpit with cover
Glendinning 100A with remote control
Boarding FRP gate doors on sidewalks
Shore fresh water intake
Independent sea water intake for air conditioner, sea water and water maker
Fresh water pump with autoclave
Grey water system with tank
Black water deck connection with pump
Fire fighting system in engine room and systems area
Smoke separator for generator
Smoke detectors in all cabins, corridor, crew and bow thruster
Monitoring system for air conditioning and smoke detection
Air intake engine room
Shore power batteries
Ground fault interrupters in all heads (5) galley and engine rooms
Preparation for decoder
Air conditioning 90,000 BTUs (crew cabin included)
Isolation transformer 15 KVA & 25 KVA
Auto pilot Furuno in main helm and fly bridge
VHF Furuno in main helm and fly bridge
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)
Underwater lights (4)
Table in cockpit in sealed teak painted wood
Wood floor in salon, main helm and galley
Canopies for sun protection of the front and side windows, black
External sunpads and cushions with draining foam
Carpet without snaps and with sound insulator underneath
BBQ, refrigerator on fly bridge
Bosch ceramic cooktop (4 burner)
Washer and dryer in crew area
Extractor fan in galley and technical area
Wastemincer in galley
Cooler drawer in salon
Hi-fi surround system with Blue-ray and docking Wi-Fi 2 +1 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
TV Sat receiver in salon
Antenna TV Sat HD decoder in Master, VIP, Guests and Crew cabin
TV 40" in salon with electronic raising device
TV 32" in master cabin
TV 22" in VIP and guest cabins
Leather dining chairs
Electrical raising for roll blinds (2 in master, 2 in VIP, 1 each guest cabin)
Electrical raising for curtains in saloon and in master cabin
Queen size modular bed in port guests cabin
Natural ventilation under all beds
Safe in Master Closet
420kg davit on fly
Life rafts 2-6 people each
Life jackets 12
Manufacturer Provided Description
Ferretti Yachts 750 represents another step forward in the development of the Ferretti Yacht range over 70 feet, featuring a 22.75 m overall length and a 5.70 m full beam. Evolution of the successful Ferretti Yachts 720, it features many relevant innovations, both inside and outside.
Result from the settled collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, AYT&D – Advanced Yacht Technology & Design and the Ferretti Group’s team of engineers, architects, and designers, Ferretti Yachts 750 immediately strikes the attention for its outer profile, which is even sleeker and sportier, thanks to the new flybridge with an elongated tail. The model will be presented in its standard version, without hard top; upon request, it can be equipped with a large bimini top, approximately 5 meter long. The flybridge is even more spacious, since it is davit-free. In the outer stern area the distinguishing feature is the electrohydraulic swim platform, more than 1.5 meter long. It can be lowered 50 cm underwater, making the launching of the tender easier. The swim platform can lift up to 450 kg and it can host a tender of approximately 4 meters. Ferretti Yachts 750 will be available with two different engines: two 1381 mph MTU 10V 2000 M84, or, as optional version, two 1524 mph MTU 10V 2000 M93.
As for performance, with the standard engines the top speed is 30 knots, with a cruising speed of 27 knots, while with the optional engines, the maximum speed is 32.5 knots and the cruising speed is 29 knots.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.