Ferretti Group at Venice Yacht Show 2021


Ferretti Group at Venice Yacht Show 2021

Ferretti Group at Venice Yacht Show 2021

Ferretti Group at Venice Yacht Show 2021

Two fantastic premieres, an exclusive event and great boats.

The Ferretti Group plans to exhibit 11 yachts in the spotlight at the 2021 Venice Boat Show, which runs from May 29 to June 6. Venice has prepared a sumptuous stage for two impressive premieres: the Ferretti Yachts 1000, the largest yacht ever built by the shipyard, and the 43wallytender X, the outboard version of the tender.

Ferretti Yachts 1000 – world premiere

Ferretti Yachts 1000 is a 30-meter fiberglass flagship of the shipyard, which is built using the latest technological developments. It is the result of a collaboration between the Ferretti Group’s engineering department, Filippo Salvetti, in charge of the exterior, and Ideaeitalia, the interior designer. Ferretti Yachts 1000 takes a completely new approach to life on board with unique design solutions, but at the same time classic interior style with soft, balanced color tones and light contrasts. Increased glass area that allows natural light to flood all the interior spaces, and the unusual feed introduces a completely new format for the beach club.

43wallytender x – european premiere

43wallytender X is an outboard version that is a fast, durable and practical 13m boat. Here form and function are in perfect balance. An innovative cockpit design in the center of the boat ensures practicality and accessibility. On board, you can fully enjoy the fresh air outdoors with the utmost in comfort and safety.

“Venice has a big place in our heart as it is a key strategic location for what I call the Eastern Mediterranean. For the Ferretti Group, 2021 is a record year and this boat show will be another important foothold for the Italian yachting industry, ”commented Ferretti Group CEO Alberto Galassi.

Along with these two great new products will be Ferretti Yachts FY500 and FY670, Riva Rivamare, Dolceriva and 90 ‘Argo, Pershing 8X and 9X, as well as the Itama 62S and the FSD N802 patrol boat.