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Length: 78' 11" / 24.05m | Builder: Ferretti Yachts | Year: 2007
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Type: Motorboat
Category: Motor Yacht
Condition: Used
Length: 78' 11" (24.05m)
Builder: Ferretti Yachts
Draft: 6' (1.83m)
Model Year: 2007
Build Year: 2007
Location: Miami
Staterooms: 4
Features:
Price: $1,599,000 USD

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    At a length of 24 meters the Ferretti 780 is characterized by a completely innovative layout considering its internal details that guarantee ample space. It also presents refined finishes in teak wood compared to the traditional cherry wood that is normally adopted for a yacht of such dimensions. The design decision to integrate the access ladder to the flybridge within the wall structure of the yacht offers a continual visual solution from the rear deck facing the bow- thus enlarging the space dedicated to the conversation area featuring double sofas of contemporary design. Light colored finishes highlight the spirit of the boat, while large window structures allow to live in close contact with the sea, rendering the master cabin and the bathroom area an environment of great elegance to enjoy in full contact with the sea. Thanks to the introduction of the rear garage covered in teak the 780 offers many opportunities to take advantage of the open space, facilitating an easy descent into the sea.

    This 780 is a great example of a yacht that has been well cared for. She has been meticulously cared for and operated under an open checkbook policy.

    There is a radar/ satellite mast that can be lowered to allow the vessel to pass under low lying fixed bridges. This modification makes this one of the only 80' yachts that can complete the Great Loop and many other hard to access locations.

    Just forward of the mast is a location where the jet skis can be stored by a Besenzoni davit, a large dining table, and multiple areas for relaxing in the sun.

    The vessel has a 4 guest stateroom layout that includes a large full-beam Master Cabin with huge hull side windows. Aft of the engine room are the two crew cabins. Each crew cabin has two bunks. The interior is in excellent condition and still shows like a new yacht.

    A very nice option is the huge swim platform and garage. This area is accessed by the set of transom stairs on either side. When the transom door is opened the garage is exposed and the swim platform is lowered to the water. The garage is large enough to store a small tender


    • Four Underwater Light Fixtures in Transom
    • Two Underwater Light Fixtures Under Master Cabin Windows
    • Settee on Flybridge with Storage Under
    • Two Integrated Sun Pads on Flybridge
    • Electric High / Low Television Cabinet in Main Salon
    • Isotherm Refrigerator in Main Salon
    • Wet Bar on Flybridge with Wolf Electric Grill
    • Plexiglass Windscreen on Flybridge
    • Integrated Sun Pad on Fore Deck
    • Teak Decking on Fore Deck and Aft Deck
    • Bench Seating on Aft Deck with Dining Table
    • Raritan Ice Maker on Aft Deck
    • Main Salon Aft Window Opens onto Aft Deck
    • Flood Lights for Swim Platform
    • Integrated Sink and Storage on Aft Deck
    • Integrated Storage Locker in Transom
    • 250 Volt / 100 Amp Glendinning Cablemaster in Transom
    • Telephone / Television Shore Fitting in Transom
    • Electric Exterior Entrance Door in Galley
    • Vanity in Master Cabin
    • Safe in Master Cabin Closet
    • Bidets in Master Cabin Head and Guest Cabin Heads
    • Bosch Washer and Dryer in Crew Companionway

    • All softs goods replaced on bow, fly bridge, aft deck and lower helm
    • New pad covers for entire yacht
    • Dri-dek added under all cushions, in all lockers and in all wells under seating
    • Installed new flooring in salon, dining, galley and lower helm
    • Replaced old wall material below deck and replaced with synthetic leather material
    • Replaced all old carpet with new carpet
    • New high end marble dining room table and chairs
    • Added new dishes, cutlery, silverware and other items for charter
    • Added over 50 new towels
    • New sun screens added to front section of yacht
    • All windows stripped and re-caulked
    • All windows that opened were greased and sealed
    • Speakers added to bow and new zoned sound system has been added
    • Reclining feature added to bow pads
    • Repairs to both port and starboard windlass’
    • Repaired broken roller on starboard anchor chain
    • Anchor windlass handheld controller rewired and installed back in port locker
    • Replaced bent and broken screws on rub rail
    • Rebuilt leaking hydraulic jack on davit
    • Installed new Wolf grill on flybridge
    • Repaired lighting on flybridge navigation station
    • Many fiberglass repairs to areas of flybridge
    • Sanded and repainted metal hatch to flybridge
    • Serviced jet ski
    • New hooks and straps purchased for lowering and raising jet ski
    • Repaired emergency start/shut down actuators on flybridge instrument panel
    • Replaced all non-working hinges – waiting on Italy to send correct hinges for port anchor locker
    • Starboard aft winch repaired
    • Starboard aft winch foot pedals installed new
    • Port aft winch replaced new
    • Port aft winch foot pedals replaced new
    • Replaced hydraulic jacks on both port and starboard aft locker lids (to hold them open)
    • Repaired leak into engine room from shore power door
    • Replaced burnt connections on shore power cord
    • Repaired both hydraulic jacks for passerelle
    • Replaced non-functioning control board on passerelle
    • Replaced all hydraulic lines from pump to passerelle
    • Replaced all hydraulic lines from pump to garage door
    • Removed sheetmetal covering passerelle, sanded and repainted
    • Installed new switch for shore power cord
    • Installed new sensor switch to shore power cord to shut off when it reaches fully in or fully out
    • Installed new weather gasket around garage door
    • Removed and replaced rusted screws on both hydraulic access panels on garage door floor and re-caulked
    • Port side Garage door hydraulic jack leak repaired - needed new seal
    • Repaired multiple fiberglass defects on aft end of yacht
    • Port and Starboard shafts straightened and balanced
    • Cutlass bearings replaced
    • Fiberglass replaced around struts
    • Aft control station panel door piano hinge replaced
    • New main engine batteries installed
    • New house batteries installed
    • New Gen batteries installed
    • Installed new AC water pump system with on/off switch at pump
    • Installed new DC pump
    • Installed new Steering pump
    • Installed New grey water pump
    • Installed new chiller (one of two)
    • Installed new starboard Gen with up sized service wires back to service panel
    • Installed up sized service wires on existing Port Gen back to panel
    • Installed new stern thruster / rebuilt old stern thruster and is located onboard
    • Installed new Stern thruster battery
    • Installed new stern thruster battery charger
    • Installed new gen battery charger (for both batteries)
    • Installed new house battery charger
    • Removed all fuel from fuel tank and power washed and vacuumed inside
    • Polished all fuel added to fuel tank after power wash
    • Installed new emergency fuel shut off lines
    • A/C completely acid flushed
    • New vibration dampers installed on port and starboard engines
    • All fluids and filters changed as of Nov 2021
    • Rebuilt water maker’s fluorescent filtration system
    • Installed new water puppy forward engine room draining
    • Replaced leaking oil pan gasket on port engine
    • Installed new chiller pump / rebuilt old chiller pump as back up and is located on board
    • Installed air discharge mechanism at both chillers
    • Replaced high pressure fuel lines and main fuel lines starboard engine
    • Repaired oil leaking at turbo actuator on starboard engine
    • Certified fire suppression system in engine room
    • Installed new HP fuel pump on Port engine
    • Installed new gaskets on turbo exhaust for both port and starboard engine
    • Installed new exhaust blankets on port and starboard engines
    • Replaced ballast on lighting over both port and starboard engines
    • Installed wifi camera in engine room – can be observed from app on cell phone
    • Replaced cracked forward fresh water holding tank (1 of 4 / 80 gallon tanks)
    • Added automatic float to grey tank for automatic dumping
    • Repaired sending unit on black tank
    • Repaired sending unit on grey tank
    • Replaced control panel for lower twin toilet
    • Replaced water puppy under forward hallway
    • Recertified life raft
    • Repaired back to working condition both VHF radios
    • Installed an AIS radio
    • Installed Horn
    • All cabinet hinges adjusted or replaced
    • Repaired shower leaks in master stateroom
    • Repaired leaks on water lines and shower pan at lower twin
    • Repaired leak on shower pan at upper twin
    • Repaired leak on shower pan at VIP
    • Repair leak at ceiling of head in upper twin – replaced defective light fixture
    • Repair leak to AC line in forward walkway
    • Repaired leak at water heater pop off valve – located under VIP floor
    • Install new condensate pump in under forward hallway
    • Repaired vent a hood over cooktop
    • Repaired under counter lighting in galley
    • Replaced rotary switch on cooktop
    • Installed new Ferretti system control screen and software
    • Updated software on all garmin screens
    • Repaired leak at crew quarter shower pan
    • Repaired water pump under flooring at crew quarters
    • Installed wifi camera on aft deck
    • Cleaned and repaired ice maker on aft deck
    • Direct TV available on all 8 TV’s onboard
    • Wifi added throughout boat
    • Complete Hull cleaned In November
    • Bases for both satellite domes rebuilt with Stainless steel, painted and installed – Direct TV was unable to track while under way
    • New microwave installed in Dec
    • Repaired / replaced LED lighting to around ext deck
    • Replaced Nav light bulbs and anchor light
    • Installed new windshield wiper blades
    • Repaired handle to aft deck shower valve
    • Removed, sanded and painted rudder control arm
    • Installed new AC blower motor in salon (starboard side)

    • Compass: 6" Plastimo
    • Sea Water Temperature: Garmin 8015
    • Barometer: Barigo
    • Ships Clock: Barigo
    • GPS: Garmin 8015 with Two Garmin 8012 Repeaters
    • Plotter: Garmin 8015 with Two Garmin 8012 Repeaters
    • Auto Pilot: Garmin
    • Rudder Angle Indicator: In Auto Pilot
    • Speed Log: Garmin
    • Distance Log: Garmin
    • Radar: Garmin 8015
    • Spotlight: Sanshin with HR-55 Control Pad
    • Depth Sounder: Garmin
    • Depth Recorder: Garmin 8015
    • Engine Synchronizer: ZF
    • Trim Tabs: Hydraulic
    • Radio Phone(s): Simrad RS82 VHF, ICOM IC-M504 VHF
    • Ships Bell: 8” Perko
    • Horn: Handheld
    • Antennas: Satellite Television, Radar, Two VHF, GPS
    • Other Equipment: Flir Camera Through Garmin 8015 Unit, Side-Power Bow and Stern Thrusters, Ferretti System Monitor / Control Panel, MSI PC

    MAIN SALON:

    Television: 46” Samsung

    BluRay Player: Samsung

    Speakers: Five

    Stereo : Bose Other: DirecTV Receive

    FLYBRIDGE:

    Speakers: Six

    Other: Two Sub-Woofers, Clarion Stereo Control

    AFT DECK:

    Speakers: Four

    Stereo : Clarion CMD6

    Other: Three JL Audio Stereo Amplifiers, Sub-Woofer

    PILOTHOUSE:

    Television: 21” Samsung

    MASTER CABIN:

    Television: 40” Samsung

    BluRay Player: Samsung

    Speakers: Two

    Stereo : Sony STR-DH130

    Other: DirecTV Receiver

    PORT GUEST CABIN:

    Television: 21” Samsung

    BluRay Player: Samsung

    Other: DirecTV Receiver

    STARBOARD GUEST CABIN:

    Television: 21” Samsung

    BluRay Player: Samsung

    Other: DirecTV Receiver

    VIP CABIN:

    Television: 28” Samsung

    BluRay Player: Samsung

    Speakers: Two

    CREW CABINS:

    Television: Two 21” Samsung

    BluRay Players: Samsung

    Other: Two DirecTV Receivers


    Type of Counter Tops: Quartz

    Sink: Single Stainless Steel


    APPLIANCES:

    Stove: Miele Four Burner Electric Counter Top

    Microwave: General Electric

    Refrigeration: Viking French Door Refrigerator / Freezer with Ice Maker

    Oven; Miele

    Dishwasher: Miele


    Emergency Flares

    First Aid Kit

    Life Jackets: Two Adult Type I, Ten Adult Type II

    Life Ring

    Life Raft

    EPIRB

    FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT AND WASHDOWNS

    Portable Fire Extinguishers: Ten 2 1⁄2 lb. Dry Chemical

    Fixed Fire Equipment: Two BSCO FE-227 (In Engine Room and Inside Main Electrical Panel)

    Auxiliary Fire Pump System: Fresh Water Washdown (Engine Room and Fore Deck)


    Number of Main Engines: Two

    Manufacturer: MTU Model Number(s): 12V2000CR

    Type of Main Engine(s): Diesel

    Reported Horsepower: 1,220 Kw Each

    Propeller(s): Two Bronze Five Blade

    Propeller Shaft(s): Approximately 3 1/2" Stainless Steel

    Factory Recommended RPMs:

    Idle: 650 Cruise: 2000 Loaded Maximum: 2450

    Engine Bed: On Fiberglass Stringers

    Engine Cooling System: Fresh Water

    Type of Fuel Filters: Primary - Racor

    Fuel Pumps: Electric

    Exhaust Line: Stainless Riser to Hose to Fiberglass Fitting to Either Hull Bottom for Running or
    to Hose to Transom for Idle

    Exhaust Cooled By: Salt Water

    Transmission(s): ZF V-Drive ZF2050V

    Air Conditioning Manufacturer: Marine Air Chilled Water System

    Number of Air Conditioning Compressors: Two for 96,000 BTU

    Water Heater: Raritan172002 Electric 20 Gallons

    Water Maker: Watermakers

    Oil Change System: Manual Pumps Servicing Main Engines and Gears

    GENERATORS

    Generator(s) Manufacturer: Kohler in Sound Shields

    Number of Generators: Two

    Type of Generator(s): Diesel Model Number(s): 23EFOZD

    Serial Number(s): Port - 2137871 Starboard - 2137869

    Factory Recommended RPM: 1800

    Number of Cylinders: Four

    Engine Cooling System: Fresh Water

    Exhaust Silencer: Fiberglass

    Exhaust Cooled By: Salt Water

    Kilowatt: 20.0 Voltage: 120 / 240 Hertz: 60 Phase: Single

    BATTERY INFORMATION

    Battery Charger(s):

    (2) Charles 24 Volt / 55 Amp

    Charles 24 Volt / 40 Amp

    Charles12 Volt / 20 Amp

    Chares 24 Volt / 30 Amp

    Main Engine(s): Four 12 Volt for a 24 Volt System

    Generator(s): Two 12 Volt for a 12 Volt System

    House: Four 12 Volt for a 24 Volt System

    Electronics: 24 Volt off of Main Engine Bank

    Lighting Voltage: 24 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC

    Electrolysis Protection: Bonding System


    FUEL

    Type of Fuel Carried in Specified Tank(s): Diesel

    Number of Tanks: One Approximate

    Capacity: 1,559 Gallons

    Shape: Shaped to the Hull Construction Material: Fiberglass

    Location: At Forward Bulkhead of Engine Room

    Type of Fuel Lines: USCG Type A1 Hose

    FRESH WATER

    Number of Tanks: Four Approximate

    Capacity: 349 Gallons

    Shape: Shaped to the Hull

    Construction Material: Plastic

    Location: Under Master Cabin Sole on Centerline


    HOLDING BLACK WATER

    Number of Tanks: One

    Approximate Capacity: 125 Gallons

    Shape: Shaped to the Hull

    Construction Material: Plastic

    Location: Under Guest Companionway Sole on Centerline


    HOLDING GREY WATER

    Number of Tanks: One

    Approximate Capacity: 45 Gallons

    Shape: Shaped to the Hull

    Construction Material: Plastic

    Location: Under Master Cabin Sole on Centerline


    Evolution is the keyword that guides almost half a century of design and vision at Ferretti Yachts. Continuous research driven by innovation to create yachts that meet each owner’s unique desires in terms of comfort, style, navigation and safety at sea. This philosophy is evident in the aerodynamic design of the 780, which is brought to life by the clean shapes and sleek lines, accentuated by the choice to resize the height of the hull’s topsides to the benefit of the overall sporty character of the yacht. The aggressive look is enhanced by the separation between fiberglass elements and the glass surfaces. The hull design in particular takes the stylistic feature of the three windows corresponding to the guest cabins, from the Ferretti Yachts 450 and 550. In the superstructure, we find the shapes of the over 80’ flybridge yachts, which are added to the front and side section of the command station. An important innovation is the stern area, which offers the comforts of a real beach club with the new door operating system. Once the tailgate is fully opened, the space is transformed into a remarkable relaxing area close to the water. Evolution is the keyword that guides almost half a century of design and vision at Ferretti Yachts. Continuous research driven by innovation to create yachts that meet each owner’s unique desires in terms of comfort, style, navigation and safety at sea. The most recent yacht created with this philosophy is the new Ferretti Yachts 780. This philosophy is also evident in the aerodynamic design, which is brought to life by the clean shapes and sleek lines, accentuated by the choice to resize the height of the hull’s topsides to the benefit of the overall sporty character of the yacht. The aggressive look is enhanced by the separation between fiberglass elements and the glass surfaces. The hull design in particular takes the stylistic feature of the three windows corresponding to the guest cabins, from the new Ferretti Yachts 450 and 550. In the superstructure, we find the shapes of the over 80’ flybridge yachts, which are added to the front and side section of the command station. An important innovation is the stern area, which offers the comforts of a real beach club with the new door operating system. Once the tailgate is fully opened, the space is transformed into a remarkable relaxing area close to the water.

    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.