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The Ferretti Yachts 960 is the largest planing pleasure boat ever built by Ferretti Group. The flagship of the brand results from the collaboration between Studio Zuccon International Project, Ferretti Group Engineering, the team of engineers and architects of the Group, and AYT&D (Advanced Yacht Technology & Design), the research center of the Group. With its 29.20 meters of length overall and 23.97 meters of hull length it can be managed as a pleasure boat, even without a professional captain. Ferretti Yachts 960 features an unparalleled livability. It is the first yacht of the brand with the owner cabin located on the main deck and four VIP cabins on the lower deck each equipped , with its own en-suite facility, enormous glazing for natural light and portholes for ventilation. The vessel offers numerous solutions and attributes which usually are reserved for vessels over 100’ including 3 crew cabins of which 1 is exclusively for the captain as well as a separate access to the crew quarters directly from the galley. The flybridge at the stern area are entirely devoted to leisure. The garage door is fitted with cushions, while the bathing platform can be immersed in the water to allow for the launching of the tender in just a matter of minutes from the floodable garage without the need of a davit: a system which has set the benchmark in the industry for a never before seen solution on a vessel of this size…until now. The flagship model of the Ferretti Yachts range will be available with three different engine options, offering a minimum of 2218 hp to 2638 hp, the latter ensuring performance characteristics which make the 960 the quickest vessel in its class by reaching speeds up to 30 knots. The vessel is equipped in the standard version with electro-hydraulic fins with both the zerospeed and the underway features, giving owners an incredibly elevated level of stability to reduce roll and ensure maximum comfort onboard, at anchor and during navigation.