The model, which was first revealed at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show last year by chief commercial officer Stefano de Vivo, has now hit the water.
The model is the result of a collaboration between the Ferretti Group's engineering and product strategy departments. The "clean and linear" exterior, which seeks to highlight the horizontal lines of the yacht, is penned by Filippo Salvetti while the Citterio-Viel studio designed the 200GT interior.
Key numbers include a 7.31 metre beam, 2.2 metre draft and three decks totalling 320 square metres of space.
The exterior design by Salvetti includes large glazed windows built into the hull and superstructure with a 37 square metre upper deck, complete with a large outside lounge and indoor saloon, and a 35 square metre sundeck.
The main deck meanwhile features a spacious 34 square metre cockpit dedicated to guest use that can be used as both a living and dining area.
The Citterio-Viel-penned interior is inspired by nautical tradition and focuses on highlighting the rounded lines and curves of interior spaces, furniture and window frames.
The use of natural and “living” materials such as leather, solid wood, rope and teak is prevalent throughout the interior, which features a blue colour scheme and custom made furniture and furnishings.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 10 guests across a full beam 35 square metre owner's suite on the main deck and four VIP cabins. The crew quarters comprises a captain's cabin, a two double crew cabins for a total staff of five.
The tender garage sits aft of the engine room at the stern and is large enough to accommodate a Williams SportJet 435 and Jet Ski.
Four engine options are available but the first unit has been fitted with twin MAN V8 1000mhp engines for a cruising speed of 10 knots and range of 2,000 nautical miles.