Majestic & Versatile: The First Ferretti Yachts 1000 Has Launched In Cattolica

  1. Jeremy
  2. April 26, 2021 10:55 am

Majestic & Versatile: The First Ferretti Yachts 1000 Has Launched In Cattolica


The first Ferretti Yachts 1000 has been launched in Cattolica for a French owner.

It is the shipyard’s first 100% wide-body vessel. The launch is the conclusion of a design process inspired by the quest for perfection: remarkable investments in R&D, thousands of hours of naval design, extended mould prototyping at the Plug & Mould factory in Forlì, and the equally long-term, delicate construction phase at the Cattolica shipyard. The outcome is an extraordinary new flagship comprised of talent and technology, that celebrates ingenuity, innovation and craftsmanship.

“The new flagship is an exciting choral work permeated by the flair, vision and passion of so many skilled and talented people who represent the winning factor for Ferretti Yachts. To them all I’d like to offer my heartfelt thanks for how they have completed an extraordinary project like Ferretti Yachts 1000 in such a complicated year,” commented Ferretti Group CEO Alberto Galassi. “This fantastic yacht really is a beautiful private island on which to imagine your future, in contact with the sea and the finest ‘Made in Italy’ marine expertise.”

Majestic, adaptable and ideal for all markets, Ferretti Yachts 1000 reshapes and reimagines space, transforming the approach to life onboard a luxury vessel with ingenious design solutions and an interior mood in Classic style, emphasising soft, balanced colour tones and detailed yet subtle contrasts. At the heart of the project is the concept of unmatched comfort and wellbeing in both outdoor and indoor areas, where quintessential ‘Made in Italy’ taste prevails. The understated design, boasting clean lines and sophisticated materials, communicates a sense of restrained luxury and is the perfect interpretation of the values expressed by the “Just Like Home” claim: comfort, Italian style, timeless design and craftsmanship.

For the full news release, click here.






All images courtesy of Ferretti Yachts

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