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2013 Ferretti Yachts 750

Italy

$2,750,000

The 750 is an evolution of the company’s 720, the major differences being their sleek design and a hydraulic swim platform that can hold up to 1,000 pounds. This 750 is a great opportunity and won't last long. 

Basic Boat Info

Price: $2,750,000
Tax Status: Not Paid
Make: Ferretti Yachts
Model: 750
Year: 2013
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 75 ft
Length Overall: 74.58 ft
Waterline Length: 71 ft
Beam: 18.67 ft
Max Draft: 6 ft
Dry Weight: 99,600 lb
Cabins Count: 4

Engines / Speed

Engines: 2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make: MTU
  • Model: 10V 2000 M93
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 2013
  • Engine Hours: 380
  • Engine Location: Port
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make: MTU
  • Model: 10V 2000 M93
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 2013
  • Engine Hours: 380
  • Engine Location: Starboard
Cruising Speed: 27 kn
Maximum Speed: 33 kn

Other

Heads Count: 4
Boat Class: Motor Yachts

Contact

Frank De Varona
For additional information please contact Frank De Varona at (305) 812-2854 Cell, (786) 228-8928 Office or e-mail at Frank@YachtingExperts.com. Our client needs and priorities always come first and foremost.
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Office

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14707 S. Dixie Highway Suite 305
Palmetto Bay, Florida, US, 33176
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Accommodations

The 750 Ferretti found a way to mesh luxury, performance, and good looks in a package that delights.

The 750 looks like no other Ferretti before her. She’s the first product of a planned overhaul of Ferretti’s exterior lines, which aims at making the boats sleeker, with brighter interiors. Ferretti’s design group, Studio Zuccon, is achieving this end by lengthening and enlarging the exterior windows. The result is a boat that effectively looks like she has a low profile, despite having a truly large flying bridge and hardtop above. Additionally, the hardtop on my test boat was painted bronze to break up the boat’s profile, thus helping the 750 avoid that ever-so-unfortunate but all-too-common floating-condominium aesthetic.

At the same time, the effect of those windows in the salon is, well, pretty much exactly what Ferretti had hoped for. Natural light inside is nearly blinding. And the space itself, while no doubt large in its own right, feels like it belongs on a boat at least 10 feet longer.

A major factor in the main deck’s airy ambiance is the the galley—forward of the saloon and up one step—open.

The accommodations level features an amidships master with a floating king-sized berth and air conditioning flowing from multiple vents so that no one spot in the room becomes frigid. There’s also a very spacious en suite head with a giant, L-shaped shower.

Forward of the master there are mirroring en suite guest cabins to port and starboard, each with twin berths and enough walkaround space to make them more than palatable for all but your pickiest guests. An en suite, forepeak VIP with notable amounts of natural light rounds out the deck nicely.

One of the key differences between the 750 and her predecessor, the 720, is her large, hydraulic swim platform. Big enough to ably carry a 13-foot-long tender and electrohydraulically lower her into the water. Ferretti also offers an optional davit on the aft section of the flying bridge.

The vessel’s engine room should leave any owner or captain happy to be aboard. Headroom (at 6 feet tall) to walk upright comfortably. The 23-kW Cummins Onan generators to starboard and portand features like four Racor fuel-water separators and a large Fireboy fire extinguisher situated forward should help keep everyone’s mind at ease.

Top speed was a spritely 31 knots, and she cruised comfortably just slightly below that at about 29. The ZF electronic steering offers confidence-inspiring grip at speed.

Sunpad forward, Fusion stereo system, and Furuno NavNet-equipped helm,

For more information, or boat test, check out Power & Motoryachts article by Kevin Koenig. The 750 Ferretti found a way to mesh luxury, performance, and good looks in a package that delights.

The 750 looks like no other Ferretti before her. She’s the first product of a planned overhaul of Ferretti’s exterior lines, which aims at making the boats sleeker, with brighter interiors. Ferretti’s design group, Studio Zuccon, is achieving this end by lengthening and enlarging the exterior windows. The result is a boat that effectively looks like she has a low profile, despite having a truly large flying bridge and hardtop above. Additionally, the hardtop on my test boat was painted bronze to break up the boat’s profile, thus helping the 750 avoid that ever-so-unfortunate but all-too-common floating-condominium aesthetic.

At the same time, the effect of those windows in the salon is, well, pretty much exactly what Ferretti had hoped for. Natural light inside is nearly blinding. And the space itself, while no doubt large in its own right, feels like it belongs on a boat at least 10 feet longer.

A major factor in the main deck’s airy ambiance is the the galley—forward of the saloon and up one step—open.

The accommodations level features an amidships master with a floating king-sized berth and air conditioning flowing from multiple vents so that no one spot in the room becomes frigid. There’s also a very spacious en suite head with a giant, L-shaped shower.

Forward of the master there are mirroring en suite guest cabins to port and starboard, each with twin berths and enough walkaround space to make them more than palatable for all but your pickiest guests. An en suite, forepeak VIP with notable amounts of natural light rounds out the deck nicely.

One of the key differences between the 750 and her predecessor, the 720, is her large, hydraulic swim platform. Big enough to ably carry a 13-foot-long tender and electrohydraulically lower her into the water. Ferretti also offers an optional davit on the aft section of the flying bridge.

The vessel’s engine room should leave any owner or captain happy to be aboard. Headroom (at 6 feet tall) to walk upright comfortably. The 23-kW Cummins Onan generators to starboard and portand features like four Racor fuel-water separators and a large Fireboy fire extinguisher situated forward should help keep everyone’s mind at ease.

Top speed was a spritely 31 knots, and she cruised comfortably just slightly below that at about 29. The ZF electronic steering offers confidence-inspiring grip at speed.

Sunpad forward, Fusion stereo system, and Furuno NavNet-equipped helm,

For more information, or boat test, check out Power & Motoryachts article by Kevin Koenig.  The 750 Ferretti found a way to mesh luxury, performance, and good looks in a package that delights.

The 750 looks like no other Ferretti before her. She’s the first product of a planned overhaul of Ferretti’s exterior lines, which aims at making the boats sleeker, with brighter interiors. Ferretti’s design group, Studio Zuccon, is achieving this end by lengthening and enlarging the exterior windows. The result is a boat that effectively looks like she has a low profile, despite having a truly large flying bridge and hardtop above. Additionally, the hardtop on my test boat was painted bronze to break up the boat’s profile, thus helping the 750 avoid that ever-so-unfortunate but all-too-common floating-condominium aesthetic.

At the same time, the effect of those windows in the salon is, well, pretty much exactly what Ferretti had hoped for. Natural light inside is nearly blinding. And the space itself, while no doubt large in its own right, feels like it belongs on a boat at least 10 feet longer.

A major factor in the main deck’s airy ambiance is the the galley—forward of the saloon and up one step—open.

The accommodations level features an amidships master with a floating king-sized berth and air conditioning flowing from multiple vents so that no one spot in the room becomes frigid. There’s also a very spacious en suite head with a giant, L-shaped shower.

Forward of the master there are mirroring en suite guest cabins to port and starboard, each with twin berths and enough walkaround space to make them more than palatable for all but your pickiest guests. An en suite, forepeak VIP with notable amounts of natural light rounds out the deck nicely.

One of the key differences between the 750 and her predecessor, the 720, is her large, hydraulic swim platform. Big enough to ably carry a 13-foot-long tender and electrohydraulically lower her into the water. Ferretti also offers an optional davit on the aft section of the flying bridge.

The vessel’s engine room should leave any owner or captain happy to be aboard. Headroom (at 6 feet tall) to walk upright comfortably. The 23-kW Cummins Onan generators to starboard and portand features like four Racor fuel-water separators and a large Fireboy fire extinguisher situated forward should help keep everyone’s mind at ease.

Top speed was a spritely 31 knots, and she cruised comfortably just slightly below that at about 29. The ZF electronic steering offers confidence-inspiring grip at speed.

Sunpad forward, Fusion stereo system, and Furuno NavNet-equipped helm,

For more information, or boat test, check out Power & Motoryachts article by Kevin Koenig. http://www.powerandmotoryacht.com/boat-tests/ferretti-750?tab=review

 

 

Upgrades

Anchor Bruce type 50 kg
Air conditioning tropical (salon, cabins & 2 crew)
Lighting system, tubular on sidewalks
Idromar watermaker 130 lt/h
Electric stern thruster 15 HP, double propeller
Ice maker with independent water tank
Underwater lights
Searchlight electrically controlled
Oven in galley
Cooler drawer in salon
Refrigerator on flybridge
Fridge GE without ice dispenser with inverter
ONAN 19kW Generator (2)
Anti Rolling Gyro-GI8 System
Inverter/battery charger Mast Mass combination 24V-2500W-60A
Lights external
Lighting for stairs towards cabins
Roll blind in VIP and Guest cabin
Ceramic glass cooktop
Freshwater intake
Crew cabin, extra single bed in lieu of storage room
Smoke separator for generator
Anti Rolling Gyro Stabilizers
Control station in the cockpit fixed with cover
SIMRAD upgrade w/ 17” monitors and open array radar
40’ TV LCD/Led, on electric raising device
Teak floor on flybridge
Teak floor on the spoiler
Wood floor on main bridge
Dishwasher
Side door on walkway
Queen size modular bed in lieu of 2 single standard beds, Guest cabin
Gaggenau grill on flybridge
Flap angle indicator on flybridge
Salon curtains electrically driven
Master cabin curtains electrically driven
Washer and dryer, separate units
Venetian wood curtains in staterooms
RACOR filter of generator
TVCC, engine room (2), cockpit (1) and 10” monitor in bridge
Hi-Fi stereo FM/CD/DVD w/loudspeakers
Loudspeakers Hi-Quality external
Loudspeakers High Quality ampliricated with remote control
Roll blinds electrically driven
Bimini top with LED lighting
Antenna TV SAT KVH TV6 with standard decoder in saloon
Antenna empty dome for M7 for symmetry on roll bar
Roman style simple curtains in salon and cabins
Garbage container in cockpit
Water softener
Back up fresh water pump (main alternate, secondary 24V) with manifold
Table in the cockpit in sealed teak painted wood
Capping rail in teak

Accommodations for Crew: 3 people in 2 cabins with 1 head 

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Additional Contact Information

For more information or to schedule a showing contact our office +786-228-8928.  To contact broker, Frank De Varona call or text +1-305-812-2854 frank@yachtingexperts.com.


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