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The Ferretti 550 has a new layout and, for the first time on a craft of this size, is able to offer three cabins and three heads. Special windows were designed for this craft as well, and the unusual oval windows provide excellent light in the guest cabins. The interior is in opaque open-pore varnished light oak. The galley and head floors are in wengé tiles. The bridge has a new design. The diner located alongside the controls has a little table and a large sofa.
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Hull Shape: Modified Vee
LOA: 57 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 2 in
LWL: 48 ft 11 in
Dry Weight: 52920 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x MAN V8 900 CR 900 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (136 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (726 Gallons)
Number of heads: 3
Seating Capacity: 18
The interior is in opaque open-pore varnished light oak. The galley and head floors are in weng? tiles. The bridge has a new design. The diner located alongside the controls has a little table and a large sofa. The lounge has been completely redesigned. A U-shaped sofa dominates the space, while there is a dining table on the starboard side and another sofa on the port side. A few steps lead up to the L-shaped galley, with two sinks and black marble work surfaces. The master cabin is located below deck. It has a convenient double wardrobe and head. The two guest cabins have twin beds and each has its own head. To optimise the new layout of the Ferretti 550 using functional solutions, the port cabin head also serves as a head for the daytime area thanks to a second entrance, which makes it accessible from both the cabin and the corridor. As well as standard access from the cockpit, steps in the lounge lead to the flybridge which has been designed with a U-shaped sofa around a small table. Here there is a spacious sun-bathing area and all the necessary comforts for sharing the owner's favourite place: a fridge cabinet, sink, hob, and on request, a chaise-longue next to the controls. The large spoiler provides space for a 3.2-meter tender or a jet-ski.
The engine-room is located between the standard crew cabin (with head and access to the galley) and the optional crew cabin in the bows. The new tank is more capacious and allows Ferretti 550 11 hours' autonomy at a cruise speed of 30 knots.
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