Ferretti Yachts INFYNITO 90 charts a journey to sustainability

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The new Ferretti Yachts INFYNITO 90 is the first model in the INFYNITO range, which is defined by its signature “Further than you can Sea” concept that expresses the yacht’s defining characteristics: a focus on the environment, extensive customisation and visual continuity between interiors and exteriors.

Presented at the last Cannes Yachting Festival, the yacht is inspired by explorer vessels and designed to cover long distances in absolute comfort. With a length overall of 26.97 metres (88 ft 6 in) and a maximum beam of 7.33 meters (24 ft 1 in), Ferretti Yachts INFYNITO 90 is the result of collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee led by Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, with exterior design by architect Filippo Salvetti and interiors by Ideaeitalia.

Focus on sustainability

The new Ferretti Yachts model brings to market the Group’s F.S.E.A. technology (Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced Architecture), a package of environmentally friendly cruising solutions.

One of these solution is an integrated system that stores the solar energy collected by photovoltaic panels installed on the yacht’s superstructure in an energy bank made up of lithium batteries, which provide eight hours of autonomy at anchor in zero emission and zero noise mode.

There was also a focus on the use of green materials, such as natural and bamboo fabrics, regenerated leather and recyclable materials, ecological water-based paints and lamellar teak with FSC 5 certification used throughout the exteriors.

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Another main features of this yacht is the All-Season Terrace in the bow. Sheltered by an extension to the superstructure that provides protection in all weather conditions and total privacy, the terrace is a private area forward that can be fitted out according to the owner’s preferences. This is also the first Ferretti Yachts model to feature a skylounge completely surrounded by windows, with direct access onto the upper deck cockpit.


The flexibility of the layout is clear from the outset, not least in the 34-square-metre aft cockpit, which can be decorated with free standing furniture or a panoramic sun pad combined with a formal dining area. The yacht also has a longitudinal garage accessed from the transom, with steps integrated into the lift and enough space for a Williams Diesel-JET 415 Tender.

Every owner can choose the configuration that best represents their personality out of three different options. The first unit, for example, features a total open space fitted out with an informal living area aft, containing two facing sofas, and a country kitchen amidships interconnected with both the living room and the dining area forward, which is furnished with a large table seating eight.

A more formal version of the deck is also available, with an enclosed galley that the crew can access independently from the port walkway. Both versions include a large pantry and the day head.

Finally, a layout inspired by larger yachts positions the full-beam master suite, containing an en-suite bathroom and a walk-in closet, in the bow on the main deck.

The flexibility of the configuration can also be seen in the two decor moods available: Classic and Contemporary.

Also the central staircase maintain the concept of continuity: it connects the three decks and is contained in a structure formed of eco-leather slats, so that it doesn’t create a visual impediment.


Forward of the upper deck cockpit there’s the helm station – featuring a Simrad Command integrated dashboard – that in the first unit built is closed off from the convivial zone in the midship section, which features a lounge and TV. An open version of the wheelhouse is also available.

In both cases, the Skylounge can accommodate a dining area seating eight. The upper deck cockpit can also be configured with free-standing furniture to create a sunbathing and al fresco dining area.

Ensuring continuity with the outdoor world is always a key priority. Two bridge wings can also be configured on either side of the yacht to facilitate docking manoeuvres.


INFYNITO 90s lower deck can offer up to four double cabins (master, VIP and two twins), all with en-suite bathroom and sleeping a total of eight passengers, or 10 if the main deck is configured with the master cabin in the bow.

This yacht has a spacious walk-in closet and numerous other storage spaces.

The starboard guest cabin can be fitted out as a double cabin with en-suite bathroom, as is the case on the first unit, or as a multipurpose room; the crew’s quarters are in the midship section, with independent access from the port walkway, and provide two separate cabins (sleeping three) with a double bathroom and a dinette.


INFYNITO 90 can be powered by two 1550 mhp MAN V12 engines (top speed 20 kn – cruising speed 15 kn) or two 1800 mhp MAN V12 engines (top speed 22 kn – cruising speed 17 kn).

The displacement hull features the characteristics of a semi-planing boat with a top speed of over 20 knots, as well as cost efficiency in cruise mode at 10 knots. Thanks to the design of the hull, the yacht has a range of up to 1,400 nautical miles at an economy cruising speed of 10 knots.

Thanks to the brand’s FSEA technology – a system combining photovoltaic panels mounted on the yacht’s superstructure (producing up to 7.3 kW) with an Energy Bank consisting of a 120 kWh lithium battery pack – is possible to set the “hotel mode” for up to 8 hours at anchor, with zero emissions and zero noise and without using the generator.

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In terms of energy efficiency, this means an 80% saving on fuel and a corresponding reduction in CO2 emissions during typical average use of the yacht from May to September.

Lastly, Ferretti Yachts’ engineering department custom designed a fire system – certified by RINA – for the boat’s lithium batteries. The battery pack is in the engine room, in two watertight steel containers fitted with temperature monitoring sensors.

If a potential fire is detected, the control unit activates a pump that sends seawater directly into the battery racks. There is also a ventilation system – separate from the fire system – that helps keep battery temperature under control.