Luxury yacht Ferretti 870 provides extensive, large areas and exceptionally bright interiors, thanks to her large open-view windows at the height of the master stateroom joined by the opening portholes of the guest cabins and by the double window of the forward VIP cabin. Among special features of this sporty vessel belong the bronze dome over the navigation bridge as well as the large glazing on the main deck.
Twin MTU 12 V 2000 M94 1948 mph engines can propel the 26.5m superyacht Ferretti 870 to the maximum speed of 32 knots. She is fitted with the Mitsubishi Anti Rolling Gyro system to provide more comfortable cruising. Ferretti 870 has a beam of 6m and a full load displacement of 80 tons.
Ferretti Yachts 870, in its roll bar standard version, or with hard top as an option, was presented to the Cannes Boat Show in 2012. This model results from the collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, Ferretti Group Engineering, the team of engineers and architects of the Group, and AYT&D (Advanced Yacht Technology & Design), the research center of the Group. It features both the bronze dome over the helm station and the large glazed surfaces. Beside the two open-view windows at the level of the owner cabin, large windows for the guest cabins and a double window in the fore VIP cabin have been added. The glazed surface of the main deck has been increased and renewed, thanks to the lowering of the gunwale. The outer look is characterized by outstanding lightness, elegance and aggressiveness, also thanks to the three ‘shark branchiae’ windows separating the salon's glazing from the helm station’s one. On the main deck, living and dining areas, galley and helm station have been effectively separated: the latter two, extensively modified too, are located at bow, completely divided from the rest. On the lower deck the yacht makes the best of the increased volumes, thanks to the shifting of all cabins towards the larger stern area. Without changing the engine room, the crew area and the garage, this yacht offers wider spaces, in particular in the owner cabin and in the portside gest cabin. Three double cabins, a fourth one with twin beds with en-suite heads and separated shower box.