The Ferretti 530 is a 53-foot luxury flybridge motoryacht launched by the Italian brand in 2005. The 530 was so popular that it remained in production for a decade, selling over 100 units. Having retained its style and performance throughout the years, the 530 by Ferretti Yachts is perfect for those looking for a used model that provides a grand Italian cruising experience. With a full beam master cabin, large windows, and a sporty yet elegant profile, this vessel offers a sense of luxury and comfort rarely seen on yachts of this size.
|Fuel Capacity||539 gallons|
Stepping aboard the 530, passengers will immediately notice the wide integral swim platform – capable of storing both jet ski and tender – and a centerline passerelle for stern-to-berth boarding. The steps leading to the aft deck can be pulled up to close off access to the swim platform for safety; alternatively, these stairs can be turned into a two-step access to the cockpit. The cockpit area is spacious and convivial, with long, elegant bench seating that can accommodate up to five guests. A sliding glass door provides entry to the spacious salon area, which boasts two plush armchairs and a curved C-shaped seating area nestled around a coffee table, perfect for serving drinks and charcuterie nibbles.
A few steps lead down to the sunken galley kitchen, a standout feature on this yacht which allows a distinct separation from the saloon while preserving the convivial atmosphere. Here you will find another stairway leading to the crew quarters. Glass walls between the cockpit and salon can be removed to enhance the flow and contact between the interior and exterior. The panoramic windshield allows plenty of natural light and provides excellent visual contact with the elements. An adjacent companionway leads to guest and owner accommodation, which comprises 3 cabins that sleep up to 6 people.
An internal staircase in the saloon leads to the flybridge for all-weather access, while high sidewalk edges allow guests to walk safely from the cockpit to the spacious sunbathing area. The flybridge itself is rather glorious, with circular seating gathered around a round, optical cut-out table that enables guests to discreetly find their seats without climbing over their fellow passengers. Nearby are two large conjoined sunpads just behind the two-seater helmstation, which is located portside.
Standard 710hp Caterpillar C-12 and a deep-V hull ensure a responsive and zippy cruising experience.