Improving constantly, never settling for second best, always going beyond the Owners’ and the yachting world’s taste and expectations: only such a production philosophy can lie behind and explain the launch of a new model that perfections a previous, very successful one. The new Ferretti Yachts 700 is indeed the evolution of one of the greatest recent successes for Ferretti Group's historical brand. This new model, which is the outcome of the long-standing cooperation between Zuccon International Project and Ferretti Group's Engineering Department, offers the best an Owner can expect in terms of both seaworthiness and onboard comfort, besides boasting innovative functional and aesthetic solutions that are bound to become key features in the brand’s forthcoming yachts. The superstructure conveys a sense of sophisticated lightness: the dark long deck glazing, in the same color as the stanchions, 'cuts' across the yacht’s profile from stern to bow. The glazing follows the lowering of the gunwale in the central part of the boat, where the living room can be found, thereby reflecting on the outside the main deck interior layout, while increasing the general sense of lightness that pervades the entire craft. The lowering in the glazing also lets in plenty of natural light and offers guests and the crew alike the widest possible view on the surrounding landscape. The Ferretti Yachts 700’s aerodynamic design is most apparent in the elongated tail, surmounted by a roll bar housing satellite systems and antennas and characterized by a new color shade, called 'Vulcan Grey'. Starting from the Ferretti Yachts 700, this warm grey shade will become the brand’s second color, and will be used on all accessory systems (roll bars, hard tops…), in contrast with the white shade of the hull and the superstructure. The installation of all antennas in the roll bar will also make it possible to free up the aft area of the flybridge of any and all technical elements, thereby offering the Owner a panoramic terrace that can be furnished with free standing furniture. Two MAN engines are installed in the engine room - one single space that, besides the engines, hosts all systems and wheel controls. Ferretti Yachts proposes two V8 1000 Mhp engines, allowing to reach a maximum speed of 28.5 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. As an alternative, the yacht can be equipped with two more powerful, 1200 Mhp, MAN V8 that will push it to a top speed of 31.5 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots.