Ferretti Yachts ’ 920 expands the builder’s line to 11 models, from 45 feet to 96 feet, including both owner-operator vessels and fully crewed craft.
The 920 has a wide-body superstructure, allowing the interior to take advantage of the yacht’s 22-foot-2-inch girth with a full-beam, main-deck master that has a walk-in closet and en suite head. The space also allows for either four or five staterooms. The four-stateroom layout has two portside VIPs belowdecks with double berths and en suite heads; the fourth stateroom is across from the VIPs with twin berths. In the five-stateroom setup, the aftermost VIP’s berth changes position from fore and aft to athwartships, and the head moves from starboard to port, opening up real estate for another stateroom with twin berths.
The design’s space also allows for a transom garage that folds out to form a teak beach, submerges to create a swim platform or acts as a slipway for the optional 13-foot Williams jet tender.
There is 564 square feet of flybridge entertainment space with four layout options that can include an L-shaped wet bar, C-shaped sofa with teak table, chaise-style lounges for tanning and a retractable hardtop for cooling off.
The 920 is also designed for summer-long cruises with its warped-hull form. Three diesel options (twin 1,948, 2,217 or 2,435 hp MTUs) allow a cruise speed from 23 to 26 knots with a top-end from 26.5 to 30 knots, according to Ferretti Yachts. The 920’s range at cruising speed varies between 340 and 360 nautical miles.
In other words, owners have plenty of space to move on the water too.