The new Ferretti 860 is a stylish and nimble cruiser capable of reaching speeds of over 30 knots, offering ample outdoor space and a beautiful, minimalist interior design
Its standout feature is the layout of the aft dining area, where the seats face outward, giving space to a square-shaped table in the centre with a lovely glass transom. This design ensures an unobstructed view of the ocean for everyone seated around the table.
On both sides of the aft area, stairs lead down to a wide and generous bathing platform. When submerged 1 metre into the water, this platform allows for launching the tender and jet ski from the garage while also providing a pleasant beach club experience.
The bow arrangement is distinctive, featuring forward-facing lounge chairs with teak armrests in between. A U-shaped seating area at the front has pop-up backrests and a low coffee table in the middle. This entire area can be protected from the sun with a large sun awning that is fixed on 4 carbon poles.
The saloon offers a minimalist yet posh interior design, featuring free-standing furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows. The overall interior concept emphasises natural materials.
There is an opening sliding door on the portside of the saloon, that provides natural ventilation and spectacular views.
There is a spacious dayhead on the main deck and also a wine cooler for 23 bottles.
The living area of the saloon is cleverly separated from the galley and crew area by pocket doors. The galley is fully equipped with an induction cooktop with 5 burners, big oven, full height fridge and a dishwasher. There is also an electrically operated door to the side deck, allowing the crew to move discreetly around the boat.
The helm station on the main deck is equipped with three large SIMRAD displays aligned for controlling various systems and navigation programs. The helm also counts with control units for other navigation and communication equipment and features a signature steering wheel by Ferretti. A lovely dinette with two chairs on the port side overlooks the navigation area.
The extensive flybridge features free-standing futuristic furniture, a dining table alongside a low-level sofa, a bar, equipped with Gaggenau and Teppanyaki grill, ice-maker, fridge and sink. There is a second helm station on the starboard side of the flybridge and a massive built-in sun pad area is in the front.