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Ferretti plans delivery of 112-footer in Thailand

The first Ferretti Custom Line 112-foot Next built for Thailand’s market will go ashore in that country — a “key market for the entire Ferretti Group” — later this summer, the company announced.


Ferretti said the maxi-yacht will be delivered to the customer at the end of July.

“It is an absolute debut in such an important market of Southeast Asia for one of the long-selling models by Ferretti Custom Line,” the company said.

“After the premiere for the Asia Pacific market of the Ferretti Custom Line 112-foot Next, which took place in November last year in Hainan, southern China, this is another important day for the Ferretti Group and, in particular, for our team,” Ferretti Group Asia Pacific sales director Alessandro Tirelli said in a statement.

“Thailand represents one of the strategic markets of the area and in partnership with our local dealer, Lee Marine, we are working hard to increase year after year the presence of our yachts on the territory,” Tirelly added. “Happy Days, the first hull of a Custom Line 112-foot Next getting to Thailand, is therefore an important target achieved, confirming our joint commitment, and an input to continue growing in Southeast Asia.”

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