The Ferretti 750 is a 75-foot luxury flybridge motoryacht first launched in 2013 by the iconic shipyard in Cattolica, a quiet marina town in Rimini, Italy that serves as Ferretti’s operating base. Though the 750 had been part of Ferretti’s fleet for a few years, this yacht is a restyled and redesigned version of the earlier model with new, innovative features. The brainchild of Ferretti’s in-house team of engineers, architect and designers and frequent collaborator Studio Zuccon International, the 750 cuts a striking profile with the sleek, sporty lines imparted by the new flybridge, with its extended tail and discreet, recessed SAT domes. Somehow, the team has managed to create a flybridge yacht with the space and style of an open yacht.
|Fuel Capacity||1,321 gallons|
One of the most notable features of this Ferretti Yacht for sale is its almost five-foot-long electrohydraulic swim platform. The platform can be lowered into the water to launch your tender (up to 992lbs) with the greatest of ease. A large storage cabinet has been installed here for the storage of diving and other equipment. Integrated stairs are located starboard at the stern for ease of access to the swim platform, while a built in seat located portside allows guests to prepare for their dive without hassle. On the aft deck, there is a built-in table with integrated seated on one side and space for chairs on the other.
The flybridge is davit-free, maximizing useable space. The sunbathing area is sheltered from the elements by three covering options: a standard roll bar, built-in bimini top or a hardtop. The flybridge deck is much larger than you’d expect on a yacht of this size, with ample room to move around, even with many guests aboard.
Through the seamless sliding glass door is the saloon, where you will encounter elegant seating with light upholstery. The entire space is filled with natural light thanks to windows throughout, and light grey accents contrast sedately with pale wood fittings. Layout options for the saloon and galley are carefully attuned to different market: for UK and European customers, the more formal layout may be preferred, with the galley, helm station and dinette separated from the living area by a sliding door. For US buyers, a country kitchen in available, open to the bow and stern. In this configuration, the dining area is forward of the living space, capable of seating up to 8 diners. The forward main-deck helm is a captain’s joy, with three large screens and a SIMRAD control system. The 750 is equipped with two standard 1381mph MTU 10V 200 M84 engines which reads top speeds of 30 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots.
Below deck, four ensuite cabins are available to you and your guests. An owner’s suite it furnished with classic contemporary furnitures. A built-in TV is affixed to the wall next to a walk-in wardrobe and a sliding coat rack are featured here among plenty of other built-in storage. Side windows provide plenty of natural light and a breathtaking view of the water, while a sliding door leads to the bathroom, which boasts a glass-walled shower. A vanity table with a lift-up mirror is next to the basin sink. At the stern is the double VIP suite, which is also light and serene thanks to an oblong window. A dressing table is placed at the foot of the bed. Between the owner’s cabin and VIP room are two further guest cabins available in various configurations.