At sea like at home: Ferretti Yachts 720 redefines high-class yachting, with an unparalleled experience in luxury, comfort, and wellbeing that stems from a painstaking attention to quality in its design, furnishings, and details.

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Ferretti Yachts 720 versatile bow area

Aesthetics and emotion, innovative spatial organization and a lavish versatility of style choices, all in the name of that elegance at sea which has long been the brand’s most precious and distinctive legacy. Its name is Ferretti Yachts 720 and it joins the current range of the Romagna-based shipyard, which has been completely overhauled in the last three years with the debuts of the Ferretti Yachts 670, 780, 850, and 920.

This pioneering model boasts a new hull that has been created to foster a family feeling with the other boats in the range. It comes with the same, highly popular aerodynamic design revolving around taut, finely poised forms that help to make the deckhouse lines extremely clean-cut. With a length of 73.4 feet (22.3 meters) and a beam of 18.6 feet (5.7 meters), it features a number of stylish and practical onboard solutions that are highly innovative for a yacht in this size class. Created in tandem by the Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee and Engineering Department, Ferretti Yachts 720 is the second project with an exterior designed by architect Filippo Salvetti in partnership with the Ferretti Group. The interior design scheme, instead, was created by the Group’s architects and designers.

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The new feature of the Ferretti Yachts 720: the spacious beach club, a relaxing area at water level with multiple functions

Looking at the exteriors, we’ll notice the stern features a large locker with enough room to store two Seabobs, located at the center of the boat's double stairway. The external forward area stands out for its ample, interchangeable living spaces: two facing sun pads create a space that converts from a spacious outdoor lounge to a welcoming dining area.

The ample 30-square meter flybridge, in carbon fiber and composite, is fitted with a second helm station in the forward-starboard area, framed by a massive sea-facing sun pad. Moving on to the interiors, the boat's cockpit features a sofa and a table for eight, and the living area can be further expanded by adding a second sofa or a small bar unit on the starboard side, right by the glass door leading to the lounge.

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Ferretti Yachts 720 flybridge

Here, we are welcomed into a 26-square meter open-plan environment divided into three spaces: the living area with two large facing sofas is separated from the raised dining area, which offers impressive levels of comfort for a yacht this size.

Forward, behind the dining area, is the galley. It has a door leading to the port-side walkway, which facilitates better flow management and enables service to be provided more smoothly. Starboard, on the opposite side to the galley, is the helm station: spread over two levels, it is equipped with all of the latest Ferretti Yachts technology. The integrated Naviop-Simrad LOOP system can be used to supervise all of the main propulsion, navigation, monitoring and onboard smart automation functions. The bridge also features the next-generation electro-hydraulic steering system developed in collaboration with XENTA.

Amidships, the full-beam owner’s suite spans no fewer than 20 square meters with a bed in the center. Behind it, towards the stern, there is a walk-in wardrobe on the port side and a large bathroom to starboard. Such a layout ensures greater soundproofing against the noise from the boat's engine room and tank area, thus significantly enhancing comfort.

To starboard there are two double cabins with two separate beds, which share a bathroom that can also double as a day head, while all the way forward is the VIP cabin, with en-suite bathroom and separate shower. For the interiors, owners can choose between two interior design styles with very different furnishing arrangements and color palettes.