The 34m yacht was christened Happy Days and is part of the line developed specifically for the Asia Pacific market. She makes her way to her European born owner in Phuket in late summer.
She is a collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, the AYTD - Advanced Yacht Technology & Design and the team of engineers, architects and designers of the Ferretti Group.
“After the premiere for the Asia Pacific market of the Ferretti Custom Line 112’ NEXT, which took place in November last year in Hainan, Southern China, this is another important day for the Ferretti Group, and in particular for our team,” said Alessandro Tirelli, Ferretti Group Asia Pacific Sales director.
“Thailand represents one of the strategic markets of the area and, in partnership with our local dealer Lee Marine we are working hard to increase year after year the presence of our yachts on the territory. Happy Days, the first hull of a Custom Line 112’NEXT getting to Thailand, is therefore an important target achieved, confirming our joint commitment, and an input to continue growing in South East Asia.”
The 112’ NEXT is a semi-custom yacht, offering high-level performance combined with comfort thanks to spacious interiors; including a 22 sq.m cockpit, a 45 sq.m salon and 11 sq.m galley. Natural light is maximised from wide main deck stern to bow windows flooding the salon and owner’s cabin with light. Other features of note include her large sun area with barbecue, fridge and Jacuzzi covered by sunpads and teak flooring.
Happy Days is powered by two MTU 12v 4000 M90 engines, producing for a top speed of 26 knots at half load and a cruising speed of 23 knots.
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