The Ferretti 810 is an 81-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the iconic Italian boat-building brand Ferretti back in 2003. Available with or without a raised pilothouse, the 810 was based on the design for a popular 90s model, the Ferretti 225, but updated with new windows, smoother lines, more modern furnishings, updated electronics and next-generation engines.
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Up on the teak-lined flybridge you will discover a pair of U-shaped lounge sofas tracing the starboard side of this level, one surrounding a tempered glass breakfast table and the other hugging a bespoke coffee table. To port there is a walk-in wet-bar with a Gaggenau grill and a Raritan icemaker, and plentiful room to the rear for your choice of a sunpad or room for tender storage with a Besenzoni davit. Up front there is a comprehensive set of port-side upper helm controls for those captains who enjoy a more elemental piloting experience. Should you opt for the raised pilot-house version of this yacht then the space up on the bridge will be slightly reduced, but with the added comfort of enclosed, all-weather piloting from an elevated vantage point.
Outdoor spaces on the main-deck level include a modular sunpad with marina-facing views out on the foredeck and a teak-lined, sheltered aft-deck to the stern that hosts a C-shaped transom dining sofa with a table and side steps down to a swimming platform with a recessed niche that doubles as tender storage.
Pristine interiors lined in glossy teak with glazed cherry accents and circular motifs throughout astound with Italian elegance and panache. An L-shaped leather sofa in the salon has been paired with a bespoke coffee table, ottomans and a pair of lavish armchairs to create a sedate living space that is ideal for catching up with friends. A few steps up take you to the starboard side dining room where up to six guests can enjoy memorable meals. This sets directly across from an enclosed galley with granite work surfaces, a wine cooler, an American-style GE fridge-freezer, a Miele convection oven and four-zone hob, a dishwasher and an extractor fan to keep things fresh. If your Ferretti 810 has a raised pilothouse then the front of the main deck is given over to a vast semi-circular dinette booth and additional storage that connects to an expanded kitchen, though if you opt for the standard layout then you will discover a main-deck helm station here. The helm comes fitted with still hi-tech Raymarine electronics, a Furuno NavNet radar, Simrad or Shipmate VHF, thruster and trim tab controls, an optional joystick and power-steering. There is also a set of docking controls located out on the aft cockpit for more precise maneuvering while negotiating marinas.
Four staterooms on the lower deck offer sumptuous surrounds for up to eight overnight guests, and each room is lined in authentic timber with plush carpeting underfoot and extensive porthole windows on the hull sides. A double VIP room to the bow features a skylight and an en-suite, while two amidship twins share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. To the rear there is a full-beam owner’s stateroom with oval windows, a queen-sized bed, a side sofa and a work-desk, hanging lockers and twin marble-clad bathrooms that connect to a sauna-style shower room.
A pair of MTU 16V 2000 M91 diesel engines offer top speeds of around 31 knots while at cruising speeds of 25 knots the yacht has a range of approximately 278 nautical miles. A GRP planing hull has stood the test of time and performed beautifully well in a range of conditions, making this yacht a reliable option for island-hopping and coastal cruising.