This 75-foot flying-bridge motoryacht is the latest from Ferretti Yachts, the Ferretti 750. While Ferretti has had a 750 in its lineup for a few years, the styling and layout options are updated, evolving from changes made to the Ferretti 720.
Measuring 74’6” (22.75 meters) to be exact, the Ferretti 750 has a few primary differences from her predecessor, involving the flying bridge and the transom. Up top, more dedicated space for sunning and relaxing is provided due to the extra length but also the elimination of the tender stowage aft and its accompanying davit. There’s further an aft-raked radar arch, making the Ferretti 750 look sleeker. Aboard the previous 750, the arch curved slightly forward, with a standard hardtop. (A hardtop is also available for the new 750, though as an option. Regardless, biminis can be fitted in either configuration.) At the transom, the Ferretti 750 has an automatically lowering swim platform that doubles as a tender-stowage and launch area. It can drop 1’6” (50 centimeters) below the surface to let your choice of tender up to 13 feet (4 meters) LOA and 992 pounds (450 kilograms) slide into the water. You can also request a Williams 385 Turbojet tender be provided by Ferretti Yachts. Gear for other watersports like diving can be stowed in a locker just off the platform, and a built-in seat to port is included for the convenience of divers.
The 18’7” (5.7-meter) beam is the same as that on the Ferretti 720. Layout options for both the main deck and lower deck are available. If you like your chef to be part of the conversations, go for the country kitchen, which is open to the helm and the combo saloon-dining area. For a more formal separation of guests and crew, request the layout with a sliding door separating the saloon from the dining area, galley, and helm. Below, four staterooms, including the master, are available, as are combinations of cabins and an office or a TV/movie lounge.
You can see the Ferretti 750 next month at the Cannes Boat Show. Sea trials should commence soon, with Ferretti Yachts anticipating a 30-knot top end and 27-knot cruise with the standard MTU 10V 2000 M84 engines. Optional MTU 10V 2000 M93s should push the numbers to 32½ and 29, respectively.