Ferretti Yacht 650

NEW 65 Ferretti Yacht 650

  • 19,67 [m] - 64 ft 6 in
  • 18,37 [m] - 60 ft 3 in
  • 5,25 [m] - 17 ft 2 in
  • 1,50 [m] - 4 ft 11 in
  • 40.900 [kg] - 90,168 [lbs]
  • 3.700 [l] - 977 [US gal]
  • 530 [l] - 140 [US gal]
  • 3
  • CAT C18 - 1150 1150HP /CAT C18 - 1015 1015HP V-drive
  • 34.500 [kg] - 76,059 [lbs]
  • 18
  • GRP
  • 3
  • 1 std

Ferretti Yachts 650 is the first in a series of models that set a new functional and technical standard for the “Yachts” product line below 70 feet in length. This yacht is developed thanks to the cooperation between the research center of the Group and Studio Zuccon International Project. The Ferretti Yacht 650 immediately strikes the eye for its extensively renovated profile. Its outer silhouette is characterised by an aerodynamic flybridge and new fibreglass decorative elements that “cut” through the profile of the glazing in the superstructure. An unprecedented decoration connects the windows of the three cabins below deck. The slender lines are further enhanced by the yacht’s stern area, specifically designed to ensure easy and safe storage and launch of the tender while increasing the guests’ onboard comfort. As is the case on all models in the range, on this 65-footer the shipyard is proposing alternative layouts both on the sundeck – which also comes in the hard-top version – and inside the boat. The main deck is a true open space forward until the windshield, functional and extensively renovated in terms of furnishings and décor. The galley is completely open: this solution allows to fully exploit this room as a large bar area opening onto the stern and towards the dining and living areas, further contributing to a sense of volume and making living onboard even more enjoyable. The underdeck layout includes three double cabins and three separate heads. Ferretti Yachts has designed a “Tai He Ban” edition of the 650, devoted in particular to owners from select markets in the Asia-Pacific. The main difference of “Tai He Ban” edition is that the galley is on the lower deck replacing the starboard guest cabin, and there is a large dinette on the upper deck. The central part of the salon as well as the two main cabins and third head have remained unchanged.

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