“We are particularly satisfied with the completion of these two 'American' models", Marco Segato, Ferretti Group America’s vice president of sales explained. "Because it confirms once more the key role played by the American continent, one of the most important areas for Ferretti Group's International business as a whole."
American customers, who have always been very demanding, confirm they appreciate the design, style, harmonious lines, technology and great care for details of our models, which are a symbol of 'Made in Italy' design, and this makes us very proud and spurs us to work even more on this market", Segato added.
Both owners have retained a focus on guests and guest spaces. This is why, for instance, the upper deck on hull #13 has been extensively modified, replacing the sofa normally found in the helm station area with a pantry area including a sink, a microwave oven, a fridge, a work top and hanging cabinets, to ensure easier and more efficient table service. On hull # 14, conversely, the upper deck salon has been furnished with large glass tables and comfortable sofas, seats and furniture specifically designed to the owner's requirements.
The semi-custom models have been produced in collaboration with Studio Zuccon International and Advanced Yacht Technology & Design. Hull #13 therefore, features pickled and bleached oak throughout, whilst #14 is a mixture of glass and white surfaces.
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