Described by the company as ‘the starting point in our development of a new range of yachts’ the F920 uses cutting-edge technology for construction while retaining Cayman Yachts’ distinctive appearance. Ferragni Progetti created her svelte naval architecture and exterior styling and interiors come from Isabelle Blanchere.
Released images of F920 show a white hull and superstructure combining a raked bow and gently curving bridge windshield. Black-tinted glazing creates modern streaks along the length of the hull as well as the main salon, providing plenty of daylight to the interior no matter which floor guests are using. The foredeck has a large sofa wrapping around the alfresco dining table to create a casual setting for drinks and meals, and a bow sunpad for uninterrupted views and sunshine at each destination.
The hull is constructed using carbon and laminate whereas the carbon superstructure uses vacuum technology. The result is a lightweight vessel capable of navigating waterways where a shallow draft is necessary and as such, the F920 is also excellent for approaching close to the coast of secluded beaches.
A maximum of 12 guests are accommodated over five cabins, and a pair of MTU engines producing 2,600 HP allow her guests to zip from one location to the next within a range of 325 nautical miles.
The fast-planing F920 will make her public debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2018, running from the 11th-16th of September.