Get ready! Here comes Ferretti!
Yachts: The Ferretti Group recently unveiled four new yachts-the Riva 63 Vertigo, the Custom Line 97,
the CRN, and the Bertram 700 Enclosed-at the 2008 Miami International Boat Show. The Bertram 700 E, which is the
line's second ship to launch, sails in with momentum from the tailwinds of the Bertram 700 Open.
The Riva 63 Vertigo sets sail with twin MAN V-12s that generate a cruising speed of 35 knots and a maximum 40 knots at
one-third displacement. While the performance is superb, the interior is spacious and rich with exotic-wood accents and metal trim throughout. It is a Riva from top to bottom.
The CRN 43 is the longest model made on the Composite line, whereas CRN's Steel line is reserved for mega vessels stretching out to 80 meters. The 43's spacious saloon and dining areas are elegant and provide plenty of room for entertaining. It can accommodate 10 guests and nine crew members.
Although the Custom Line 97 is outrageously chic yet, it was actually designed to maximize available interior space on its upper, main, and lower decks. The CL 97 is the result of the second collaboration between the Studio Zuccon International Project and the CRN Engineering division of Ferretti. The
partnership was formed with the launching of the CL 94. The Custom Line 112 will be the group's third release.
The sleek lines and ultra-lavish interior position the Bertram 700 E in a slip all its own. The enclosed flybridge has a fully equipped helm station,
varnished wood paneling, a full wet bar and a DVD-equipped entertainment center. The windows on the port and the starboard sides were made to handle the
rigor of offshore sports fishing. Bertram is the Ferretti's group only brand in the USA.
More on Ferretti Yachts
The Ferretti Group has a portfolio of some of the most exclusive brands in the nautical world with Ferretti Yachts, Pershing, Itama, Bertram, Riva,
Apreamare, Mochi Craft, Custom Line, and CRN. The firm has three representative offices in Europe, the USA, and Asia.
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