on 26 Mar 2023
With seamless contact with the environment, sustainable materials, and custom detailing, Ferretti Yachts’ new InFYnito range has been designed to bring owners closer to both sea and sky.
With the first model recently presented at Boot Düsseldorf, Ferretti Yachts’ new InFYnito range, spearheaded by the 2023 release of the InFYnito 90, seeks to offer owners an extension of their own homes while creating a visual continuity between interior and exteriors thanks to a design language that’s clean and balanced.
Developed through a collaboration between the brand’s Strategic Product Committee, led by Piero Ferrari, and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, the InFYnito range’s exterior design and hulls are the brainchild of Filippo Salvetti while the interiors are the work of IdeaeItalia.
The first model in the new range, which has been inspired by explorer vessels, the InFYnito 90 has an overall length of 26.97- metres but thanks to its LOH of under 24 metres, the new model has been classified as a recreational craft with CE certification. Combine those impressive dimensions with a beam of 7.33 metres, and you have a yacht that gives cruising enthusiasts an incomparable new experience.
The InFYnito 90’s design is all about seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor environments and Ferretti has achieved this by creating spaces that can be customised to meet the needs of owners. With over 100 square metres of open-air living spaces (almost 50% more than the segment average) and over 140 square metres of interiors (over 25% more than the average), owners have the flexibility to select different layouts for each deck, ranging from open-plan spaces to more formal settings reserved for day and night time privacy. This includes a main deck with sweeping views, creating something the brand has dubbed an ‘all season terrace’.
Pair this flexibility with optional 1800m HP MAN V12 engines, which drive the yacht to a top speed of 22 knots, and a new high-efficiency hull design that offers enhanced levels of comfort at low speeds and fast displacement performance over 20 knots, and you have a pleasure yacht that wants to roam far and wide.
Sustainability is also key to the range, with the introduction of Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced Architecture (F.S.E.A.) options that include a solar roof that generates electricity and charges a lithium battery pack to power onboard services while ensuring a serene ambience with zero emissions when at anchor. A choice of greener materials, including ecological paints, sustainable teak, and recyclable fabrics and leathers, further bolsters the range’s green credentials.
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