The yacht just arrived in Miami. Come see her at the Miami Yacht Show, Entrance 1, Dock F, Slip 118. 2018 model year, US specs, under 90 hours on the engines, with full warranties. The owner upgraded to a larger yacht without taking delivery of this yacht. Great opportunity without the wait.
The Ferretti Yachts 850 is based on the successful 800 platform with about 30 of them delivered thus far. Building on that platform, the 850 differentiates by having a raised pilothouse. Looking at the 850, your eyes are immediately drawn to her superstructure and the glazing hull. The way the raised pilothouse melds with the flybridge is elegant and timeless and elegant.
The optional black hardtop adds to the sexy lines of the boat. The flybridge is large, unique, and allows furniture to be easily moved around.
Watch the sunsets from the foredeck seating and lounging area, or the transom sofa that occupies the width of the garage for the tender.
Walk into the main salon and it is unmistakably Ferretti. Clean, elegant, chic. The guest area is separated by the crew area for better privacy. At the lower deck, there are four en-suite staterooms. All design elements are typical of a Ferretti. Top notch!
The new raised pilothouse area is the Captain’s office. Below the
The tender garage can accommodate a 385 Williams. The garage doubles up as a swim platform.
A maxi loft surrounded by the sea.
Rugged and seductive, Ferretti Yachts 850 dazzles you from the moment you set eyes upon it, thanks to its clean and dynamic profile featuring striking, clear-cut angles giving you a powerful and bold look. Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee, Studio Zuccon International Project, and the Group’s Engineering Department joined forces to design the yacht. With a hull measuring 26 meters and a construction length below 24 meters, the new flybridge can be registered as a pleasure craft. The two trapezoidal hull windows with integrated portholes make the most of the natural light and provide magnificent views from the inside.
The design of the main deck enhances the overall experience, thanks to a single full-height window which cuts through the entire superstructure, plus the large front and side dome at the raised helm station. The yacht is equipped with a mechanism whereby the transom door swings open to provide a swimming platform, which becomes a beach area and can be lowered below the water surface, offering a large submersible platform for guests as well as a practical solution for the crew's tender moving operations. The yacht is a magnificent maxi loft surrounded by the sea. The use of perpendicular partitions, almost full-height glazed surfaces, light and pleated curtains, and freestanding furniture are typical elements of this ultra-contemporary metropolitan concept. In contrast with the geometry of the superstructure, the interior is dominated by flat surfaces and linear paneling, characterized by discreet minimalism and a soft, essential mood.