FERRETTI GROUP: 3 WORLD PREMIERES AND A FLEET OF 22 MODELS AT CANNES YACHTING FESTIVAL
Ferretti Group announces its participation in the 42nd edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival which takes place from 10th to 15th September 2019 on the enchanting backdrop of the Côte d’Azur, with 3 world premières for the Ferretti Yachts, Wally and Riva brands, flanked by a fleet of 22 additional models.
The new models of the Group that will make their official debut on the Cannes Croisette are Ferretti Yachts 720 48 Wallytender and a new Riva yacht that will be revealed for the first time on the occasion of the Festival. These models will be accompanied by the new Custom Line 106 ’and Riva 90’ Argo presented in Venice and Miami respectively. In Cannes, Ferretti Group will also present the restyling of Ferretti Yachts 920 PURE.
FERRETTI YACHTS 720 – The comfort of a villa on the sea
Exterior Design: Ferretti Group & Arch. Filippo Salvetti
Interior Design: Ferretti Group
Shipyard: Ferretti Yachts (Forlì – Italy)
Ferretti Yachts 720 gives birth to high-end sailing, an unprecedented experience of luxury, comfort, and well-being never seen before. Created in tandem by Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee and Engineering Department, Ferretti Yachts 720 is the second project to sport an exterior designed by architect Filippo Salvetti in collaboration with Ferretti Group. The interior design, on the other hand, was created by the Group’s own architects and designers. Numerous elements immediately grab the attention, starting from the eye-catching aerodynamic design with its sporty and harmonious lines that have become a signature of the Ferretti Yachts fleet.
CUSTOM LINE 106’ – A made-to-measure marvel
Exterior Design: Francesco Paszkowski Design
Interior Design: Francesco Paszkowski Design & Ferretti Group
Shipyard: Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard (Ancona- Italy)
Custom Line 106’ embodies a new horizon in perfection, with meticulously clean-cut lines and large spaces steeped in simple sophistication, offering unparalleled comfort for the owner. It is a new addition to the planing range, a product of the partnership between the Francesco Paszkowski Design studio, the Ferretti Group’s Engineering Department and the Product Strategy Committee. A minimalist design spans the interior and exterior, while the surfaces merge into each other in a display of architectural balance that breaks down the boundaries between the spaces. The large, interconnected floor surfaces (220 m² in total) are another distinguishing feature of the Custom Line 106’.
RIVA 90’ ARGO – The new myth of beauty and innovation
Exterior Design: Officina Italiana Design
Interior Design: Officina Italiana Design & Ferretti Group
Shipyard: Riva (La Spezia – Italy)
90’ Argo is the latest fantastic Riva flybridge.
A mythological name, a futuristic design and extremely hi-tech on-board solutions: the Riva 90’ Argo combines and enhances the strengths of its two Riva predecessors, the 100’ Corsaro and 110’ Dolcevita, while revealing its own distinctive, enchanting personality. Born from the partnership between Officina Italiana Design (the studio founded by designer Mauro Micheli together with Sergio Beretta) and the Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee (headed by engineer Piero Ferrari) and Engineering Department , the new Riva 90’ Argo with a length of 28.49 metres (93’6’’) and a beam of 6.50 metres (21’4’’), stands out for the exterior design; its large hull windows, the long, full-height glazed windows on the deck and the lateral structures with glass surfaces at the stern, which further enhance the aerodynamics of the profile.
48 Wallytender – Iconic design
Exterior Design: Wally – Ferretti Group
Interior Design: Wally – Ferretti Group
Shipyard: Forlì, Italy
Stylishly combining form with function, the 48 Wallytender retains the avant-garde design and thrilling performance that have made Wallytender a modern classic but adds innovative new features. The most noticeable development is the large interior volume offering a complete suite. The challenge here was to raise the freeboard without losing the purity of the hull lines associated with all Wally yachts.