Ray White Marine on show in Sydney

Ray White Marine is proud to announce the largest ever Ferretti Group display at the 51st  Sydney International Boat Show (2nd-6th of August) with the specially built VIP hospitality Starship suite.

The luxury vessel lineup will launch four new models into the Australian market including the Australian premieres of the mighty Ferretti 850 (pictured above worth in excess of $A10M), the stylish Itama 45s as seen in the Hollywood blockbuster ‘American Assassin’, the award-winning Ferretti 450 and sporty entry level Technohull T7 tender.

Alongside these new launches will be the fastest motor vessel at the show, the Greek built Technohull 999s with twin 400hp outboards (recently named the fastest Superyacht tender in the world) and the timeless Riva 44′ RIVARAMA metallic masterpiece.

The luxury then continues to float on the dock, with Ray White Marine teaming up with Rolls Royce to feature their brand new and highly anticipated SUV Cullinan which starts at $685,000, the world’s most expensive of its kind.

“This is the third year we have represented Ferretti Group at the Sydney International Boat Show and it is certainly the most flamboyant display witnessed on local shores for the Italian manufacturer” says Ray White Marine Sales Director, Brock Rodwell.


Ferretti Group is partially owned by the famous Ferrari family and has tight brand affiliations with high-end luxury brands on global scale.

“We have worked hard establishing the brands in local waters and its now coming to fruition with four new Australian premieres in the one show, no longer do clients have to travel to Monaco or Cannes to view the top-tier product,” Mr Rodwell said.

2018 represents the 50th anniversary of Ferretti Yachts, the Sydney show follows on from a royal birthday celebration in St Marcos Square and Palazzo Ducale, Venice where the group took over the floating city for two days of non-stop celebrations.

The Sydney International Boat Show runs from the 2nd-6th of August at Darling Harbour to view all the Ferretti Group range on display.