Ferretti Group to shine with five world premieres at Cannes
Published: Thursday, 28 June 2018
The 41st edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival (September 11-16) will be the stage for five premieres from Ferretti Yachts, Custom Line and Riva, flanked by a fleet of 25 additional models.
(Photo: Ferretti Group - Ferretti Yachts 670)
These include new entries of the Ferretti Yachts 670, Custom Line 120’ and Navetta 42, Riva 110’ Dolcevita and 66’ Ribelle.
The 670 flybridge is the first Ferretti Yachts vessel with exterior design created in partnership with architect Filippo Salvetti, while the interiors are by the Group’s in-house Francesco Paszkowski Design.
Features include the 25sqm flybridge and the bow where a living space can be converted into a spacious relaxation area.
(Custom Line 120’)
The Custom Line 120’ is also a work of Francesco Paszkowski Design, and is the first Custom Line to bear its signature. It combines elements of automotive design and residential architecture. Of note is the glass door that gives access to the lounge, which in addition to the usual slide opening of the two glass panels, there is also a tilting mechanism providing a 45-degree inclination.
She is the first yacht that makes it possible to directly connect the flybridge to the forward zone by means of the side passageways with access from the monkey bridge, creating a single large deck of 100sqm.
(Custom Line Navetta 42)
A new flagship, Custom Line’s Navetta 42 is the first vessel of the brand to exceed 300GT. A vast suite on main deck is available to the owner, while the layout of the lower deck provides four VIP cabins for guests.
The stern area has a large beach club at sea level, which is equipped with a new launching and retrieval system for tenders and water toys from the garage.
(Riva 110' Dolcevita)
Riva’s Dolcevita is the new fibreglass flagship of the fleet and the second-born, following the 100’ Corsaro, of the brand’s updated flybridge range. The sporty profile and a design enhanced by shaped glass windows and chrome-plated inserts is the result of the collaboration between Officina Italiana Design and Ferretti Group.
The 110’ yacht offers 270-degree of visibility and enables the lounge to reach a height of 2.3m, thanks to a large stainless steel frame that supports the superstructure, acting as a frame for the floor-to-ceiling windows. Her exterior areas of the flybridge and bow are interconnected, thus creating a deck of approximately 34sqm of social areas.
(Riva 66’ Ribelle)
And the Riva 66’ Ribelle. Built at the Sarnico shipyard, she is the product by Officina Italiana Design and Ferretti Group. The exterior lines repeat and evolve from those of the latest models of the Riva range, while materials typical of the shipyard’s tradition, such as mahogany and stainless steel, are used.