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Ferretti bolsters number of yachts for Lauderdale show

The Ferretti Group will bring more new yachts to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year than it ever has before.

Ferretti will exhibit 20 new yachts and as many as 30 yachts overall, including two U.S. debuts, the new Ferretti Yacht 960 and the Pershing 62, at the 54th annual Fort Lauderdale show, which runs from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4.

Ferretti also will hold the distinction of displaying the largest number of new yachts by an Italian manufacturer.

The group will host its annual press conference from 6 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 30 in Ferretti’s flagship showroom in Fort Lauderdale. There will be a private press viewing of the Ferretti 960 and an update on projects such as the Bertram 60.

For information, email press-usa@ferrettigroup.com.

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