The Ferretti shipyard in Cattolica has celebrated the launch of a new build 780 model. The news comes just three weeks after a fire at the shipyard destroyed a 30m vessel that was under construction.
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The Ferretti 780 Club B features warm and traditional colours found in the classic 780. Alongside this are walnut, brushed oak and Carrara marble furnishings. The classic materials achieve a sense of traditional luxury and comfort aboard the vessel. Outside, there are sofas designed exclusively for Ferretti by Roda to create a welcoming atmosphere for guests.

The team at Ferretti. Photo: Ferretti Yachts
“At Cattolica, speed and quality go hand in hand. It is fantastic to see the Shipyard get back to full operational capacity in such a short time. I will never be able to adequately praise or thank all the people in the area and at Ferretti Yachts who have worked tirelessly to get us back to doing what we are famous for around the world: building and delivering dream yachts to our customers. Our thanks once again to the Municipal Administration and all the local authorities in this fantastic area,” commented Alberto Galassi, Ferretti Group CEO. “The launch of this Ferretti Yachts 780 CLUB B marks the return to our extraordinary normality. A few days from now we will also be launching a Ferretti Yachts 1000, our spectacular flagship, making it clear that the Cattolica Shipyard is more active and stronger than ever, ready to mark 2022 with many more magnificent projects.”
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