The Ferretti 870 features some innovative design solutions already found on the Ferretti 800. This new project is characterised by the bronze top above the helm station and by large windows both on the main deck and in the hull. The hull in particular features not only two large open view windows at the master cabin’s level, but also large opening portholes in the guest cabins and two windows in the fore VIP cabin, resulting in extraordinary indoor brightness and offering wonderful views.
The yacht’s outer look is characterised by outstanding lightness, elegance and aggressiveness, also thanks to the three “shark branchiae” windows separating the saloon’s glazing from the helm station’s one.
The Ferretti 870 is characterised by refined walnut stained natural oak wood, which can also be found in the furniture’s doors and drawers featuring lacquered tops and frames.
On the main deck, the living area, the dining area, the galley and the helm station have been effectively separated from one another: the latter two are located at bow, completely divided from the rest of the boat. The central part of the deck has been redesigned by introducing some brilliant solutions that optimise the interior layout, ensuring improved liveability and increased comfort and privacy for guests. On the lower deck the new project makes the best of this vessel’s increased volumes, mainly to the benefit of the interior layout.