Ferretti Custom Line 112
(w/ 2 x 2,775-hp DDA/MTU 12V 4000 M90 inboard diesels)

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The 112 Custom Line by Italian yard Ferretti is the largest vessel in the fleet. Unlike most megayachts which are built from aluminum, the 112 uses composite materials to take advantage of Ferretti's design and styling. The 112 is also a planing megayacht, capable of speeds in excess of 32 mph.

Key Features

  • Triple-deck layout with master, VIP, and two guest staterooms plus 4 crew cabins
  • Massive transom trunk with roll-out RIB tender
  • Virtually all entertainment, navigation, and communication electronics as standard equipment
  • Twin 2,735-hp MTU/DDC main engines, twin 60-kW Kohler generators
  • Electrohydraulic boarding passarelle
  • Two electrohydraulic davits (fore and aft)
  • Jacuzzi hot tub on flying bridge

Specifications

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Specifications
Length Overall 111'7'' Dry Weight 229,320 lbs dry
Beam 23'3'' Tested Weight N/A
Draft 6'1'' Fuel Cap 5,284 gal.
Deadrise/Transom 12 deg. Water Cap 793 gal.
Max Headroom 6'7'' Bridge Clearance N/A
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.

Engine Options

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Engine options
Std. Power 2 x 2,775-hp DDA/MTU 12V 4000 M90 inboard diesels
Tested Power 2 x 2,775-hp DDA/MTU 12V 4000 M90 inboard diesels
Opt. Power Not Available

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Photo Gallery

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32-mph Top Speed

With a pair of 2,735-hp MTU/DDC diesels, the 112 hit a top speed in excess of 32 mph on our radar gun.

Salon

This shows how customizable the 112 is. The salon on our test boat was very different from this photo, with a lounge area and wet bar aft, and dining table for 8 forward.

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Master and VIP staterooms

It's hard to tell the difference between the "master" and "VIP" staterooms. Each has his-and-her ensuite facilities with shared shower. The master on our test yacht had a jacuzzi as well. In addition,

BBQ/Wetbar

You can have a full barbeque on the flying bridge, thanks to this fully equipped outdoor galley with sink, refrigerators and electric barbeque.

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Captain's Report

It's a little challenging to describe the feeling of going 32 miles an hour on a 112-foot megayacht. That's because there is so little OF it...feeling, I mean. There we were in 20 knots of wind and 3-foot seas, racing along but it felt like we were almost standing still. The engine room is so far away from the Star Treky pilothouse, and the construction is so rock-solid, there was almost no noise at the helm. No pounding or slapping like you'd expect on a 40-footer. No...nothing. Just smooth riding..and that's exactly what Ferretti had in mind when it designed the 112--which is an "express" megayacht if you will--and the largest in the company's Custom Line.

The 112 was built for discriminating yachtsmen who understand Italian styling and craftsmanship, AND who want to get to where they're going in a minimum amount of time. Speeds like this are virtually unheard of in the megayacht world, but the 112 can get you to your next port of call in perhaps half the time of a traditional megayacht.

Accommodations And Amenities

As you'd expect, the 112 comes with just about every imaginable amenity for comfortable cruising, and there are so many items that move electrically, its hard to keep track of all the remote controls.

Starting aft, there's an enormous trunk that housed a 12-foot RIB on our test yacht. About the only thing that could be controlled electrically and wasn't was the deployment of this tender, which is manually rolled aft on stainless steel rails where she is then hoisted and lowered by a Bezansoni davit on the flying bridge. There's ample room here for a dive compressor and related gear, and a doorway leads down and aft to the engine compartment below. Other electrically actuated items include a starboard-side, teak-tredded stairway that lowers to perhaps 5 feet underwater to retrieve snorkelers and divers, and a Bezansoni passarelle to port for easy on/off access when Med moored.

Stepping aboard, there's a large covered dining area for eight just abaft the curved, stainless-steel rimmed doors leading into the salon. These doors open automatically with a motion sensor, and a flat-panel LCD TV (one of many) flips down from the overhead for alfresco TV/DVD watching in the fresh air.

Of course, the 112 is semi-custom so you can get the interior layout and treatments you'd like, but our yacht separated the main salon into two areas. Aft was an L-shaped lounge across from the fully equipped wetbar, and forward was the dining area for 8.

Moving forward, a hallway to port leads to the galley, as does a second one to starboard. The galley is in an L-configuration, and seemed to have two of everything. Two dishwashers, two Subzero undercounter refrigerators and freezers, two ovens, plus one regular side-by-side refrigerator. And what megayacht galley would be complete without a wine cooler and Italian marble counter tops.

Well to port a small stairway leads down and forward to the crew's quarters, which are luxurious in their own right. The captain gets his own stateroom with ensuite head/shower, as does the first mate/engineer. Up in the forepeak there are two more cabins with upper/lower bunks, plus two more head/shower combos. There's also a small lounge area upon entry with a compact but fully functional galley, and two washer dryers. Clearly, your crew will be well taken care of here.

As far as you and your guests go, our yacht had the VIP stateroom just forward of the galley. It ran full beam with his'n'her ensuite facilities and a shared, marble-floored shower stall along with two walk in closets and vanity.

If you like to sleep aboard while running, the 112 has great news for you. The master stateroom is amidships and on the lower deck for a super-smooth ride, again with his'n'her ensuite facilities. "Hers" includes a Jacuzzi tub as well, and there's plenty of drawer and closet stowage throughout. Just forward, twin guest staterooms each have their own double berths and ensuite heads with showers, so all together there are 8 staterooms aboard..four for the guests and four for the crew.



Flying Bridge

You don't really get a feel for how big the 112 is until you walk up a few steps from the pilothouse and up to the flying bridge. You look waaay aft down a single-level teak deck, past the outside galley, past the hot tub, and back to the aft deck sun lounge which has room for a much larger tender than the one housed in the transom locker. The view forward is equally impressive, and there are also engine controls on the starboard side of the aft deck for easy docking.

So is the 112 Custom Line perfect? Well, you might bump your head going down the stairs from the aft deck to the engine room, and the floor of the pilothouse extends down into the galley, cramping overhead space on one of the countertops, but those considerations pale in comparison with the BIG one...you'll have a really hard time trying to find another megayacht that's willing to race you.--Capt. Chris Kelly.



Ferretti Custom Line 112 Test Result Highlights

  • Top speed for the Ferretti Custom Line 112 is 33.7 mph (54.2 kph), burning 275.0 gallons per hour (gph) or 1040.88 liters per hour (lph).

  • Best cruise for the Ferretti Custom Line 112 is 28.6 mph (46 kph), and the boat gets 0.18 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.08 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 847 miles (1363.11 kilometers).

  • Tested power is 2 x 2,775-hp DDA/MTU 12V 4000 M90 inboard diesels.
For complete test results including fuel consumption, range and sound levels
go to our Test Results section.


Standard and Optional Equipment

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Standard and Optional Equipment
Marine Electronics
Autopilot Standard
GPS/Chart Standard
Radar Standard
VHF Radio Standard
Systems
Air Cond./Heat Standard
Battery Charger/Converter Standard
CD Stereo Standard
Dripless Shaft Seals Standard
Head: Fixed Standard 11 of them ...electric
Power Steering Standard
Shore Power Standard Glendinning cable master
TV/DVD Standard Flat panel LCDs thruout
Washdown: Fresh Water Standard
Washdown: Raw Water Standard
Water Heater Standard
Windlass Standard
Galley
Coffeemaker Standard Cappucino, too!
Icemaker Standard
Microwave Standard
Refrigerator Standard 3--SubZero
Stove Standard 5-burner
Exterior Features
Arch: Electronics Standard
Carpet: Cockpit Standard
Outlet: 12-Volt Acc Standard
Swim Ladder Standard Electrically actuated
Swim Platform Standard
Transom Door Standard
Transom Shower Standard
Wet bar Standard 2--main deck and flying bridge
Canvas
Bimini Top Standard
Boats More Than 30 Feet
Bow Thruster Standard
Engine Synchronizer Standard
Fuel Transfer Standard
Freezer Standard 2 Subzero
Generator Standard 2..Kohler 60 watts
Glendinning Cablemaster Standard
Helm: Second Station Standard
Oil Change System Standard
Trash Compactor Standard
Vacuum Standard
Washer/Dryer Standard 2

Standard = Standard Optional = Optional

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Warranty

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Warranty Information
Warranties change from time to time. While BoatTEST.com has tried to ensure the most up-to-date warranty offered by each builder, it does not guarantee the accuracies of the information presented below. Please check with the boat builder or your local dealer before you buy any boat.
Certifications
NMMA Certification Yes

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Price

Ferretti Custom Line 112 Price
Price as Tested $13,000,000.00
Prices, features, designs, and equipment are subject to change. Please see your local dealer or visit the builder's website for the latest information available on this boat model.


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