Ferretti to deliver 124-foot yacht to Turkey

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The fourth Ferretti Custom Line 124-foot yacht is the first in the line to be delivered to Turkey, the company announced.

The fourth hull was launched on Feb. 19 and is set for completion at the end of March, when it will head to Turkey.

“This will be an absolute debut for Ferretti Custom Line on this important Mediterranean market,” a company statement read.

“We are particularly satisfied with the launch and the forthcoming delivery of this model in Turkey because they confirm this country’s interest for our products,” Karin Paggi, sales manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said in a statement. “Turkey is indeed one of the leading markets for the Ferretti Group in the whole Mediterranean basin, where we have been present for over 15 years with many Ferretti Custom Line models that have always been widely appreciated.”

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