The Ferretti 620 is a 61-foot motor yacht with a flybridge that was launched by distinguished Italian yacht-building manufacturer Ferretti in 2011. Bearing distinctive Italian curves, an exquisite hand-finished interior, dynamic glazing and a wealth of luxurious outdoor areas, this is a Ferretti Yacht that has been designed with summer cruising in mind. A solidly constructed, planing, modified V-hull with a raked stem, a sharp entry and a gel-coated surface has been paired with engines that still outperform rivals to this day to make this yacht a popular choice more than a decade after it was launched.
An ultra-stylish flybridge remains open to the elements thanks to a radar arch that has been pushed aft, though this model comes with an easily assembled Bimini top for additional protection from the midday sun. A U-shaped lounge to the rear features plush backrests, a leather sofa and a breakfast table that has been positioned by a wet-bar station with a U-Line icemaker and a grill for convenient food and drink prep. At the very front of the bridge there are a pair of sun-loungers with views out across the foredeck, while amidship there are two upholstered bench seats, one of which faces an upper set of helm controls.
Down on the main deck there is room for a trio of sunbathers to soak up the rays out on the foredeck, where a modular sunpad features adjustable headrests and marina-facing views. The teak-lined aft-cockpit, meanwhile, features a shaded transom sofa and an outdoor dining table, while side steps lead down to a full-beam, hydraulic bathing platform with a Besenzoni passarelle and a robust tender davit capable of lifting a Williams water toy.
A seamless connection between indoors and out is ensured thanks to sliding glass doors to the rear of the salon, where an open galley awaits upon entry. This kitchen area features a Miele hob, a Bosch oven, an Isotherm fridge, golden teak or pale ash surrounds and solid work surfaces in a range of materials. A couple of steps up separate the galley from the living room, where a leather sofa to port is joined by another leather sofa to starboard that hugs a custom-made timber dining table. The helm benefits from superb visibility out of sloped windscreen windows and mullioned side glazing and comes equipped with Side Power bow and stern thruster controls, Furuno electronics, ZF engine throttles, a Boening touch-screen monitoring system, VHF radio and power-steering.
Three lower-deck cabins have been kitted out in a restrained and minimalist fashion to emphasize the sense of space on this level, though each room enjoys plenty of storage in the form of hidden cupboards, hanging lockers or side cabinets. An en-suite VIP double room to the bow is joined by a twin berth and a full-beam owner’s suite with cushioned and mirrored wall panels, a queen-sized bed, mullioned windows, soft carpeting and a bathroom with ceramic surfaces and a waterfall shower.
A pair of MAN V10 1100MHP diesel engines deliver full-throttle speeds of around 35 knots and comfortable cruising speeds of 25 knots. At the lower pace you can expect to burn through 300 liters an hour, though with 3700 liters in the fuel tank, you can travel far and wide at an impressive speed.