MY SOO TOO FOR SALE WITH NORTHROP & JOHNSON

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The largest yacht in the Ferretti range, MY SOO TOO was delivered in 2015 and includes a host of useful extra accessories, including upgraded air conditioning and improved A/V equipment. The Ferretti 960 drew the attention of the yachting world in 2013 when it was first launched due to its innovative transom design, featuring a wet launch system for the tender and a sun pad/swim platform combination.

Listing broker David Seal of Northrop & Johnson’s Antibes office maintains that the owner of MY SOO TOO paid great attention to ironing out all the usual snagging-list problems that typically occur in the first year of use for a production yacht. She is now in better-than-new condition and is ready for cruising.

Of the three engine options that Ferretti offers with this model, MY SOO TOO was built with MTU 16V 2635hp units that propel the yacht to a comfortable 31-knot top speed and 27-knot cruising speed. She includes Zero Speed gyro stabilisers as standard equipment and the owner also opted for TRAC fin stabilisers.

MY SOO TOO is lying in Toulon, France. For more information on MY SOO TOO, or to book an appointment to view, please contact Sales Broker David Seal at [email protected]

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