Boat International Design Innovation Awards 2024 – INFYNITO 90
Ferretti Yachts INFYNITO 90 triumphs at the Boat International Design and Innovation Awards 2024 in the ‘Outstanding Lifestyle Feature’ category.
Kitzbühel, January 29, 2024 – INFYNITO 90, the Ferretti Yachts maxi-flybridge designed for a sustainable seagoing experience, has been acclaimed at the keenly awaited BOAT International Design and Innovation Awards 2024, in the Outstanding Lifestyle Feature category. The award ceremony took place on the evening of Sunday January 28 in the magnificent alpine setting of Kitzbühel, at an event attended by many leading names in the yachting world.
These prestigious awards are reserved for projects deemed the most innovative not only in terms of naval architecture and cutting-edge engineering solutions, but also according to criteria such as the design and elegance of the hull.
Ferretti’s award in the ‘Outstanding Lifestyle Feature’ category is yet another endorsement of the success of this innovative new proposition from a brand that is charting a new course under the banner of sustainability.
Ferretti Yachts INFYNITO 90 is the result of collaboration between the Strategic Product Committee led by Piero Ferrari and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, with exterior design by architect Filippo Salvetti and interiors by Ideaitalia.
One of the main elements that convinced the jury was the iconic ‘All–Season Terrace’, a covered area forward that perfectly embodies the inspiration behind the yacht’s design, that of putting people at the centre. This extension to the superstructure provides both protection in all weather conditions and total privacy.
Taken as a whole, the yacht is characterised by the fusion of highly customisable outdoor and indoor spaces into an unparalleled continuum.
INFYNITO 90 also brings to market the Group’s F.S.E.A. technology (Ferretti Sustainable Enhanced Architecture), a package of environmentally friendly cruising solutions. One of the most significant is an integrated system that combines the solar power collected by photovoltaic panels installed on the yacht’s superstructure with an energy bank, not to mention extensive use of green materials.