The Ferretti 670 is a 66-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that was launched by the iconic Italian yacht-building firm Ferretti in 2018. Designed by renowned naval stylist Filippo Salvetti, this striking vessel bears an ultra-modern appearance with sharp angles, trapezoidal glazing and an aggressive bridge profile. Yet restrained interiors inspired by the best of mid-century European design retain that signature Ferretti Yachts look and feel: an unmistakable combination of elegance and comfort. A multi-decorated yacht, the Ferretti 670 bagged the title for “Best Layout” at the 2018 World Yacht Trophies held in Cannes, and followed this up with the award for “Best Motor Yacht in Asia” in its class at the 2019 Christofle Yacht Style Awards.
The 260-square foot, teak-lined al-fresco flybridge features a half-sized hard-top canopy, a wrap-around tinted windshield and plenty of room to aft for a pair of sun-loungers. There is also room on this level for a wet-bar station with an icemaker, a fridge and a Gaggenau grill, a U-shaped starboard sofa, a full-beam forward sunpad lined in Silvertex and a port-side upper helm station. One level down and you will discover a secluded foredeck lounge with a three-seater integral sofa and two curving chaise-longues that can be joined together to create a U-shaped sofa that surrounds a matching pair of cocktail tables. The sheltered aft-deck, meanwhile, features a transom sofa and a breakfast table, while side-steps lead down to a fully hydraulic swimming platform and access to a tender garage that can accommodate a Williams 395.
The Italian flair for interior design is very much in evidence once you step into the main-deck salon, where veneered walnut and silken oak in contrasting stripes complement parquet flooring, fabrics by Zimmer + Rohde, authentic leather from Lealpell, and furnishings from the studio of Dedon and Disenia. A mini-bar to port sits alongside a pair of side sofas, while a couple of steps lead up to an open galley positioned across from a dining sofa and a bespoke glass-topped breakfast table. The galley features surfaces in gold-veined Calacatta porcelain, fixtures in stainless steel, a Siemens combination oven, an electric range, a full-height fridge-freezer and plenty of storage space. Ahead of this there is a starboard-side main deck helm station that was crafted in collaboration with Naviop for a piloting experience that is as intuitive as it is hi-tech. The dashboard comes equipped with a Xenta joystick, bow and stern thruster controls, a Zip Wake auto-trim system, Simrad electronics, a trio of display screens and electro-hydraulic steering.
Though you can fit in four lower-deck cabins on this model, the classic layout calls for three spacious en-suites with plenty of room for lengthy lie-ins. A double stateroom to the bow features a pair of hanging lockers, while a starboard twin has enough room for an armchair and a bedside cabinet. The amidship owner’s stateroom, meanwhile, boasts full-beam dimensions, a pair of widescreen trapezoidal hull windows, a work desk, a loveseat, a king-sized bed, a walk-in dressing room and a bathroom lined in Florentine stone with a Belfast sink and a waterfall shower.
No mere floating palace, this muscular yacht boasts a rugged and superbly balanced hull with moderate V-sections and a generously proportioned bow that is made for extended cruising. The Ferretti 670 is powered by a pair of MAN V8-1200 diesel engines for top speeds of around 32 knots and cruising speeds of 28 knots, while at the more relaxing pace of 10 knots you can expect a range of around 700 nautical miles.