Among the boats of the moment, wide-bodies certainly deserve a prominent place. And Ferretti, with the new Ferretti 1000, has shown that it knows how to understand the requests of the new owners. This new 30-metre is the largest motorboat ever built by Ferretti Yachts. And they like it, because while the first example is launched for a French owner, there are already 3 models sold to date.
Ferretti 1000, the new flagship widebody likes
With its 30.13 meters, the Ferretti 1000 is the flagship of Ferretti Yachts, a brand of the Ferretti Group. The widebody setting likes (read here what it means widebody) and convinces the market. A configuration that bets heavily on the convenience of the interior and comfort on board. As we have said in many articles for the liveability on board, power catamarans to do the lion’s share. The shipyards that produce monohulls have therefore had to surpass themselves to guarantee the same spaces and the same comfort.
The launch of the Ferretti 1000 is only the last step of a great project work. Investments of time and money have allowed the birth of this flagship that brings Ferretti Yachts in a very interesting market. At the base of the project, the idea of maximum comfort and wellbeing both inside and outside. Despite her big size, the shipyard has managed to maintain a sober and elegant design.
Ferretti Yachts 1000 is the result of the collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee chaired by Piero Ferrari, the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, the architect Filippo Salvetti for the exteriors and the Ideaeitalia studio for the new interior concept.
Specification of the boat: Ferretti 1000
- LOA: 30.13 m
- Maximum width: 6.81 m
- Depth: 2.28 m
- Displacement when empty: 102,000 kg
- Displacement at full load 115,000 kg
- Fuel Tanks: 9000 l – 2,378 US gal
- Water tanks: 1320 l – 349 US gal
- Number of people on board: 20
- Motorisation: MTU 16V 2000 M86
- Maximum speed: 24 knots
- Cruise speed: 20 knots
- Design category: A
- Classification: B + F + Aa (Sound Emission) RINA S.p.A.