The Ferretti 960 is the newest and largest yacht of the Ferretti lineup. Launched in 2013, it drew critical acclaim from industry designers for its innovative transom design. Although it retained some of the previous design features of it's popular little sister, the 881, it is a radical step forward for the Ferretti Group.
The design is a result of a collaboration among Studio Zuccon International Project, which designs Ferretti Yachts’ entire lineup, Advanced Yacht Technology and Design, and Ferretti’s team of engineers, architects and designers. The master cabin is on the main deck forward, and the remaining four guest cabins are on the lower deck. She also features three crew cabins in the bow, with discreet access from the galley. The design of the planing hull gives her a “lighter profile” than most raised bridge motor yachts. Her fly bridge can be accessed via a cockpit staircase and from the helm station on the mezzanine floor. The outdoor areas on the upper deck are larger than on previous Ferretti models because of the ability to store a tender in a garage beneath the cockpit. And, without a jacuzzi to consume valuable space, Club M boasts massive entertaining spaces on her fly bridge.
This Ferretti 960 is easy to show and in pristine condition!
Club M has substantial upgrades, not found in other 960 Ferretti yachts. For example, Club M has a very spacious flybridge, with custom Pola Lenti furniture valued at $100,000, and a full-size teak dining table which seats 10. The standard layout is a small flybridge with two mica tables seating only 4. The Simrad display at the helm station has a 15’ screen, as opposed to the standard 12’ display. And, Club M has a full-size sail awning that covers the aft seating area, with stainless pillars.
On the main deck aft, Club M has a custom teak table with two large fixed stainless legs, which can be extended to accommodate up to 12 guests. The standard Ferretti 960 comes with a residential outdoor table that is not fixed in place, leaving it to be unstable while underway.
Club M has upgraded underwater lights for a total of 14, including 4 very powerful aft lights.
While Ferretti installs a Mitsubishi zero speed gyro stabilizer as standard equipment, this owner elected to add the over-sized 300 ABT Track fins for additional stabilization. Together, they perform remarkably well to remove most of the roll on a yacht, at anchor and while underway.
Club M has an Atlas shore power converter allowing for seamless transfer of power from any source worldwide, to that required by the yacht. She was also upgraded with 2X 100 AMP shore power cords and an option of a 100 AMP three phase power cord, which allows the yacht to run a full load on 1 cord.
Additional upgrades include:
Innovative transom design, converting an aft sun pad seating area to a full sized tender garage, housing a 13' Williams jet tender.
Custom built pantry in the crew area with subzero refrigerator and freezer drawers.
Electric curtains and shades in every guest room, the owner’s suite, the saloon and dining.
Eight security/monitoring cameras
Crestron system in the salon and owner’s cabin. High quality Sonance speakers throughout the yacht, including the bow area.
Professional cell (preplink) internet system with the ability to use multiple sim cards based on yacht’s location.
Wave WIFI access point and marina points
Custom covers for all outdoor cushions and furniture including the Pola Lenti furniture.
Aft, port and starboard side shades as well as fly front area.
Upgraded electronics on Williams tender.
Turn key condition
On deck master stateroom
Lovely light interior
Garage with Williams Jet Tender
Tons of natural light
Fiberglass hull and superstructure with teak decks
Fuel capacity: 2375 g / 9000 l
Water capacity: 350 g / 1320 l
Grey water: 87 g
Black water: 87 g
Preformance and Consumption
Speed Consumption Range:
Maximum 28 knots 259 gallons 263 nm
Cruising 21.5 knots 131 gallons 352 nm
Economy 7.5 knots 5.3 gallons 3029 nm
Main engines: (2) MTU 16V 2000 M96L @ 2,638 mhp/1940 kW @ 2,450 rpm Engine hours: 2,078
Gearboxes: ZF 3070V 2:52:1 gear ratio
Drive: V- drive
Output: 120/240 single phase, 60 Hz Generators: Cummins/Onan
Shore power: 2 x 100 Amp single phase
Batteries: Main engines: 24V dedicated bank
Generator starting: (1) each generator 24V
General service: 24V dedicated
Type: (2) Condari Tropical upgrade option
Watermaker: (1) Indomar
Stabilizers: Abtrac Fin upgrade to 300 series
Mitshubishi Gyros (2)
Bow and stern thrusters: Abtrac 50 hp each
Steering system: BSC drive actuation w/ bronze tillers steel tie bar and foil rudders Fuel separator: Racor
Sewage system: Holding tank, plastic MSD Tecnomar Fresh water system: (1) 220V, (1) 24V fresh water pumps Bilge water system: 24V
Helm control: Pilot house, flybridge
Miscellaneous: Underwater lights (14)
Communications, Navigation and Entertainment
Satellite TV system: KVH
VHF Fixed: (2) Simrad
Ships printer: Epson
Plotter software: SIMRAD
Depth sounder: SIMRAD (3)
Video sounder: SIMRAD
Speed indicator: Furuno Speed Log
HD TVs w/DVR: 55" in Salon, 46" in Master, 40" in guest staterooms, 24" in Captain's cabin & crew
$50,000 Crestron system in main salon and owner's cabin with Denon surround sound high end Sonance speakers in main salon, aft deck, fly bridge and bow area.
CD player: BluRay
iPod stations: (7) Fusion
Miscellaneous: Apple TV in each cabin including crew, (7) DirecTV HD DVR
Galley & Laundry Equipment
Grill: (2) Gaggenau on flybridge
Icemaker: (2) Raritan
Wine Cooler: Isotherm Cooler Drawer
Small fridge: Isotherm
Miscellaneous: Broan Trash Compactor
Deck and Hull
Anchor Windlass system: (2) Lofrans x 5 PJX5
Anchors: (2) 90kg PoolN
Anchor chain & rode: 400' chain
Deck capstans: (2) Lofrans CS 014203 1700w 24V
Davit: Besensoni 600kg
Two Spotlights: (1) Jabsco and (1) ABT
Exterior shower: on swim platform
Swim ladders: Hydraulic
Underwater lights: Sea Vision (14)
Miscellaneous: (2) Hot and cold wash down bibs, fore and aft
Security, Fire and Safety Equipment
Masters Automatic Video Sequencer AVS8CH CCTV with ability to watch on an iPhone or computer
Monitor in Pilothouse
Safe in each stateroom
Fire Fighting Equipment
Fire/Heat/Smoke detectors throughout
Fixed FM 200 system auto/manual control in engine room
(10) Fire extinguishers
(1) Seawater firefighting station in forward locker