Italian Yachbuilder WIns Chinese Boatshow Award

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Sunday, November 25, 2012
Altura 840: Photo credit: Ferretti Yachts

The Ferretti 570 wins award as  best motor yacht below 60 ft in length at the 2012 Xiamen International Boat Show.

The prestigious Chinese Yachting Industry Award was awarded to the Ferretti 570, which was recognised as the Best Motor Yacht in the category below 60 feet in length. Moreover, Speedo Marine - the local dealer with whom the Ferretti Group displayed an Altura 840 during the Xiamen Show - was selected as the best dealer on the Chinese market.

Moreover, Speedo Marine - the local dealer with whom the Ferretti Group displayed an Altura 840 during the Xiamen Show - was selected as the best dealer on the Chinese market.

The Ferretti 570 is a unique craft in its category, conceived to meet the needs of owners who wish to live aboard, finished in top-quality materials, and providing comfort together with good performance - a perfect balance skilfully achieved as a result of the long-standing cooperation between Studio Zuccon International Project, AYT Advanced Yacht Technology (Ferretti Groups research and naval design centre), and the team of architects and designers of the Centro Stile Ferrettigroup.

The hull's outer lines are slender and sporty thanks to the sky-lounge without roll bar and the presence of the aft spoiler, while the new design of the glazing results in a light style of some elegance.



 

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