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Itama 75' - A Myth Evolution

Itama 75’ is the largest craft in the Itama fleet, a brand of the Ferretti Group, known worldwide for the unique style of its white-blue hulls. Designed by architect Marco Casali in cooperation with Ferretti Group Engineering Department, this boat, which is more than 23 metres long, it’s perfect for the ship owner who wants to experience the sea without filters.


The first development that has been made with regard to previous models is the boat’s exterior design that has been deliberately perfected to enhance the craft’s aura of power. High bows, a distinctively curved profile and a sleek structure thanks to its slim central carbon roof are the features that distinguish this dynamic open yacht and highlight its sporting spirit.

On going onboard, on the other hand, the first thing that strikes you about this motor-yacht is the high quality of its living areas and the revolutionary use of space. The innovative approach that has been adopted here has created an even greater layout differentiation and a higher level of functionality, while at the same time maintaining the high standard of finishing that these craft are famous for. The end result? Stunning appeal and exclusive features.


The cockpit stands out for both its size and features. Measuring almost 60 square metres, the area is divided into 4 zones that include a second dinette decorated with the same fabric as the large horseshoe-shaped sofa in the centre of the cockpit. The white fibreglass helm console conceal seating that is also part of this second dinette. The aim of the design here has been to make these areas as private and as comfortable as possible by using original solutions such as LED and optic fibre lighting. LED floor lighting has been used on all the walkways on the craft. The spacious, almost full beam, stern sundeck with double side walkways is located over the hangar that comfortably houses the craft’s tender or jet ski as well as a small crane to launch them with. It also features two comfortable sofas upholstered in a special waterproof fabric that can slide together to form a large horseshoe shape that can sit up to 12 people around a polished teak table. In general, all the furnishings have glass fibre frameworks with teak tops and doors.

A large chaise-longue has also been included under the windshield in front of the helm console, so that passengers can relax and enjoy cruising in complete luxury. On the left of the central console there is also an ergonomic seat for the co-pilot.


The interiors here are decorated with warm, cozy colors that make the luxurious, full beam Master Cabin, even more welcoming. The cabin is fitted with special low furniture to enhance the beam of the boat and two large “open view” windows situated on both sides of the cabin to offer direct visual contact with the sea even below decks. To enjoy these vast sea views, a chaise longue has also been placed under the window on the left. The cabin also includes a teak dressing table with a mirror, a leather pouf with under-seat storage space, a huge cabin wardrobe and another closet in the entrance area. Woollen carpets and warm, natural, teak furniture tops are used both here and in the VIP cabin, and the bed heads and surrounds are upholstered in matching leather. Special fixed ceiling light fixtures incorporating LEDs and adjustable halogen spotlights fitted with twin backdrop plates have also been adopted. These lighting solutions have been designed and made exclusively for this craft.

The Master bathroom is divided into two separate areas, the shower and the toilet. Immediately on the left there is an elegant, white, acrylic stone washbasin with twin taps. The furnishings are made of teak, whereas teak with white corian inserts has been chosen for the floors. The large shower cubicle has a glass door and is decorated with mosaic tiling based on ship owner. Continuing onto the VIP cabin, a number of highly practical and ultramodern features can be noted immediately; like the reading lights incorporated in the bed head and the fact that the bed rests on a raised teak platform with two leather benches on either side of it. Under this there is a large and convenient, natural teak chest of drawers plus two more storage spaces. The walls are decorated with the same elegantly bright lacquered finish as the Master Cabin.


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