With 91 projects (+ 4,6% vs 2018) and 2,952 metres of yachts over 24 meters (+6,9% vs 2018), Ferretti Group confirms its second place in the world's top nautical market, according to the Global Order Book 2019.
Forlì, December 13th, 2018 – With a production value of over 650 million euros and the best returns among the leaders of the sector, Ferretti Group is about to close an extraordinary 2018 that cements its spot at the top of the nautical industry.
This achievement is also established by the Global Order Book 2019, the reference ranking of the 20 largest manufacturers of yachts measuring over 24 meters, published by Boat International UK magazine.
91 projects completed (up 4.6% on the previous year) and 2,952 meters of yachts over 24 meters under construction (up 6.9%) are the numbers that ratify the strength of its growth strategy. Through constant investments in research and development, new models, and production capacity, the Group has done a complete renewal of its product range in recent years.
Seven brands, six shipyards, and over 170 years of history: Ferretti Group is indeed the only player in the nautical market able to offer a complete range of boats, in terms of design and size, producing yachts of all sizes, from 8 to 95 meters, aimed at meeting the needs of every shipowner all over the world.
"Italian nautical industry is doing well and Ferretti Group is doing great. The Global Order Book 2019 is a pleasant and gratifying reading: Italy once again stands out in the ranking for the production of yachts over 24 metres, and our Group grows at surprising and unstoppable speed. Excellence and innovation, supported by industrial and financial solidity, have driven the extraordinary results of 2018 in terms of profits and revenues" declared Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group. "I would like to thank our shareholders, Weichai Group and the Ferrari family, who support the growth of our brands through the continuous reinvestment of profits, and our 1,500 employees, for their passion and commitment in building the most beautiful boats in the world".