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Ferretti Group displays yachts at Hong Kong event

The Ferretti Group said the second edition of its Open Days is taking place at its service center in Hong Kong today through Sunday.
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The Ferretti Group is displaying this Ferretti Yacht 700 — part of its Tai He Ban edition for the Asian market — for the first time in the Asia Pacific region this weekend.

The Ferretti Group is displaying this Ferretti Yacht 700 — part of its Tai He Ban edition for the Asian market — for the first time in the Asia Pacific region this weekend.

The Ferretti Group said the second edition of its Open Days is taking place at its service center in Hong Kong today through Sunday.

On display will be three Ferretti yachts in the Tai He Ban special edition — the Ferretti Yachts 960, Ferretti Yachts 870 and the brand new Ferretti Yachts 700, which will have its Asia Pacific premiere.

The three motoryachts are the product of Zuccon International Project and Ferretti Group's engineering department.

With the Tai He Ban special edition, Ferretti Yachts has created a line aimed at the Asian market.

“We are looking forward to hosting our customers and friends at home to show three magnificent examples of the latest Ferretti Yachts’ production,” Ferretti Group chief commercial officer Stefano de Vivo said in a statement. “We will disclose once again the brand’s flagship Ferretti Yachts 960, in addition to the Ferretti Yachts 870, that has become one of the best sellers in this region.

“Last but not least, we are proud to introduce the Ferretti Yachts 700, one of the six brand new models launched just last autumn,” de Vivo said. “After the European and American debut, the yacht has now arrived in Asia in the exclusive Tai He Ban edition, a special layout and selection of materials thought and developed exclusively for our Far East markets.”

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