Founded by brothers Alessandro and Norberto Ferretti in 1968, Ferretti Yachts began with the production of a very successful 10-metre wooden motor-sailer before introducing its first dedicated motoryacht in 1982. It built sport fisher models both in open and flybridge format with some resoundingly fresh technical innovations, including a stern helm position and an internal passage from the saloon to the upper deck.
Today, however, Ferretti is dedicated entirely to the design and production of high-end flybridge motoryachts. The current range comprises 14 craft from the 15-metre 500 to the flagship 960 - a 29-metre express cruiser and the largest recreational planing yacht ever built by the yard. This new flagship craft is due for launch in the Spring of 2013.
The Ferretti Group Engineering Division and Studio Zuccon International Project have defined new standards with the Ferretti 630, obtaining a yacht that is incomparable in terms of spaciousness and luminosity. A sharp and extremely aggressive external line with an innovative spherical window that extends from aft to the bow giving 360° visibility of the sea. The large open view window in the master cabin is fundamental for optimizing space and gives the 630 the feel of a much larger yacht. Elegance and versatility characterize the sofas and tables on the fly bridge and in the cockpit, where a teak table capable of seating eight people has been added. The revolution of the use of space is obvious as soon as the tilting salon door is opened where an open space from aft to bow allows direct communication between all the sections of the yacht: the American-style galley, separable by means of a sliding door overlooks the salon and the bridge. Below deck the VIP and guest cabins have elegant fittings and take advantage of the exceptional reorganization of space. The full beam master cabin, complete with open view window and a porthole which can be opened, offers incomparable light and space. The performance speaks for itself: a top speed of 33.5 knots thanks to two common rail MAN engines and 1,224 horsepower. The new Ferretti 630: the revolution of space.