Though she’ll be the second new Ferretti Yachts launch of the year, the Ferretti 920 will be the biggest.
Technically, the Ferretti 920 measures 93’5” (28.49 meters) overall, but her hull length is 78’7” (23.98 meters). She joins the Ferretti 780 as the latest in the builder’s lineup.
A few things characterize this new megayacht. Compared to her sisterships, she has a higher bow, creating a full-beam master suite. The bow area itself is a sunning and dining area, the largest that Ferretti Yachts has created on its models in this size range, in fact. You’ll find a sunpad adjacent to two settees facing the horizon, each with tables. Two more settees, with adjustable backrests, complete the lounge-like atmosphere. As an option, you can encircle the area with curtains for some shade and privacy.
Overall, from the master (below) through to the saloon and down to guest staterooms, the Ferretti 920 emphasizes a residential look. The shipyard took a similar approach aboard the 850, which premiered last year. It’s doing the same for a number of its models going forward as well.
In traditional fashion, Ferretti Yachts offers layout options. Below decks, you can have three or four guest cabins. In the first arrangement, the Ferretti 920 has a full-beam VIP amidships, another VIP to port, and a twin cabin to starboard. Furthermore, that full-beam VIP could become the master, if you select an unusual layout for the main deck. On Ferretti’s website, you’ll see a configuration with a formal dining room forward of the galley. Alternately, keep the master on the main deck and four guest staterooms below. With this, you get two doubles and two twins.
Interestingly, the Ferretti 920 also has layout options for the crew area. The captain’s cabin, with an en suite head, can go opposite the crew mess or fully forward. The captain and crew get dedicated stairs along the port side of the yacht.
Similar to other models, the Ferretti 920 has a submersible swim platform for tender launching. And, the flying-bridge yacht should be pretty swift. The shipyard expects cruising speeds between 23 and 26 knots depending on which of three MTU power packages you select.