BY Ryan Swift on 25 Jan 2023

The new range will start with the launch of the InFYnito 90 later in 2023

Ferretti Yachts has introduced its new InFYnito concept, a new range (containing the brand initials, FY) which focuses on seamless contact with the exterior environment, more sustainability in materials, construction and propulsion, and customization.

The name, InFYnito, refers to the infinite experiences available to owners and guests onboard. The exterior design and hulls are by Filippo Salvetti, while the interiors are the work of

The first yacht in the new range, to debut in 2023, will be in the InFYnito 90, with a beam of 7.3m and length overall of 27m, it will still be classed as a recreational craft with CE certification.

Onboard, there is over 100sqm of open-air living space, which Ferretti says is 50% more than the average in this segment, and 140sqm of interior space covering the main deck and a large Skylounge.

Buyers can choose from different layout options on each deck, from open-plan options to more formal settings offering greater privacy. The main deck was designed to allow guests sweeping views from bow to stern.

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The InFYnito 90 can be fitted with a pair of MAN V12 engines, with a top rating of 1,800mhp (optional), for a top speed of 22 knots and cruising speed of 17 knots, based on early data. At 12 knots, the yacht has a prospective range of 1,200 nautical miles, allowing for longer-range cruising and the option for Hong Kong buyers of cruising the Philippines or other destinations in comfort.

The new yacht introduces the work of F.S.E.A. technology (Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced
Architecture) to the industry. The InFYnito 90 therefore includes solar panels on its roof, which charge a lithium battery pack that powers the hotel load. Greener materials are used throughout, including ecologically-sound paints, sustainably sourced teak, recycled fabrics and leathers.

The new range also introduces a new generation of high-efficiency hulls that operate well at low speed and semi-displacement at higher speeds.