Ferretti Yachts has expanded the INFYNITO range with the new INFYNITO 80, presented at Boot Düsseldorf this year. The model joins the range alongside the INFYNITO 90.
The INFYNITO 80 comes out of the close collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee, chaired by engineer Piero Ferrari, the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, and architect Filippo Salvetti, who is responsible for the exterior design, while the interior design bears the signature of IdeaeItalia.
“We have given life to the second model of this range,” commented Filippo Salvetti, “with the aim of keeping the range’s unique unmatched characteristics unaltered throughout the design process, while at the same time adding new features that make the model perfect for its different size.”
Measuring 23.70 metres long by 6.36 metres wide, the INFYNITO 80 offers outdoor spaces (the beach area is spread across 18 square metres while the cockpit reaches 19 square metres) with a larger than average covered surface area, allowing the owner to experience the boat in all seasons and conditions without giving up their direct experience with the sea.
Built using F.S.E.A. (Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced Architecture) technology, the INFYNITO 80 is equipped with photovoltaic panels and an Energy Bank with 14 high-density lithium batteries. Another stand-out feature is the extensive use of green materials, ecological water-based paints and lamellar teak with FSC 5 certification.
The layout includes an upper deck that is entirely open-air in the standard version and semi-enclosed with glass panels in the optional version, and on the lower deck the owner’s suite, a VIP cabin, two guest cabins and the crew area with two cabins. With her standard engine set-up, the INFYNITO 80 reaches a top speed of 23 knots.