Ferretti 870 features two large open view windows at the master cabin's level, large opening portholes in the guest cabins and two windows in the fore VIP cabin. The glazing on the main deck is now higher and longer, thanks to the lower gunwale amidships. The yacht's outer look is characterised by outstanding lightness, elegance and aggressiveness, also thanks to the three "shark branchiae" windows separating the saloon's glazing from the helm station's one. On the main deck, living and dining areas, galley and helm station have been effectively separated: the latter two, extensively modified too, are located at bow, completely divided from the rest. On the lower deck the new project makes the best of the increased volumes, thanks to the shifting of all cabins towards the larger stern area. The project features three double cabins (in the guest one the beds can be separated), plus a fourth with twin beds. All cabins have their own en-suite head and separate shower box. The new Ferretti 870 is equipped with two 12V 2000 M94 MTU engines having a power of 1948 mhp at 2450 rev/min.