The newly announced Ferretti Yachts 850 is a result of joint effort with the Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee, Studio Zuccon International Project – for the design of the exteriors and the layout of the interiors – and the Group’s Engineering Department, which handled naval design as well as the interior design. With her 85.4 feet hull and a construction length below 78.8 feet, the new flybridge can be used as a pleasure craft.
The main deck of the Ferretti Yachts 850 features a single full-height window and the large front and side dome at the raised helm station. The glazed sliding door leads into a 10-metre long open plan space with a lounge and a dining area fitted with built-in furniture by Minotti. The lounge is furnished with an L-shaped sofa, a coffee table and a TV area, and also includes a dining area with a striking round table. The galley, located forward beyond the lobby and the helm station, and is completely separate from the guest area and features Ernestomeda furniture and a large cooking top.
The transom door of the Ferretti Yachts 850 swings open to provide a swimming platform, which doubles as a beach area and can be lowered below the water surface, offering a large submersible platform. The cockpit can be accessed from both sides and is furnished with a multi-purpose sofa which, thanks to its collapsible backrest, can be used both as a chaise longue and to seat diners around the large outdoor table.
To complement the style of the main deck, the spacious master suite was designed in collaboration with Minotti and boasts oak wood furniture, satin finish brass trim and lacquered ceiling. Besides the central king-size bed with leather upholstered headboard and borders matching the bedside tables, it features a study area along the bulwark with a stylish Minotti unit, a large wardrobe and several spacious storage compartments. Two spacious VIP double cabins can be found on the lower deck and another one on the starboard side.
The Vulcan Grey hard top is installed over the sundeck, extending towards the stern and bow, where it is also fitted with a rigid tinted glazing. The spacious and panoramic flybridge is furnished with freestanding furniture, including a chaise lounge and sectional sofas designed by Gloster.
The Ferretti Yachts 850 is powered by MAN engines. Yacht owners can opt for twin V12 1800 mhp engines, reaching a cruising speed of 26 knots and a maximum speed of 29 knots. A more powerful version is also available, with twin 1900 mhp MAN V12 engines, to reach a cruising speed of up 27 knots and a maximum speed of 31 knots (preliminary data).