Pershing, brand of the Ferretti Group, among the leading international manufacturers of high performance open motor yachts, ranging from 15 to 35 metres, will have an international early display of its latest model, the new Pershing 62’, at the 36th edition of the Festival De La Plaisance of Cannes.
The result of the collaboration among the Product Strategic Committee and the Marketing Department of the Group, together with Ferrettigroup Engineering, the team of engineers and architects of the company, among the most competent worldwide in naval design, the AYTD – Advanced Yacht Technology & Design, the research center of the Group and the yacht designer Fulvio De Simoni, is the new model, a unique fast and elegant megayacht. In keeping with the brand’s DNA, which has always been careful to make products that combine functionality, security and complete comfort, this boat will allow the Owner to have an excellent time at sea.
The Pershing 56’ and Pershing 58’, two of the most successful models of the brand, with a total of more than 70 units produced and sold, naturally led to the new Pershing 62’ which catches the eye immediately due to its sleek and streamlined profile. The hull line and superstructure are designed to give the boat a streamlined profile, with an aggressive and sporty spirit, enhanced by the shape of hull glazing, a typical characteristic of the new Pershing direction, which gives this model a family feeling, and adds extra light to the full beam Owner’s suite amidships. The VIP cabin at the bow also benefits from this innovation since it has a double window with a porthole which allows more light to enter this space.
The first Pershing 62’ unit was manufactured with a standard layout, including three cabins – the Owner’s suite, a VIP and guest cabin at the bow, and three bathrooms with separate showers. The guest bathroom, which has a double entrance from the cabin and from the lobby on a midway floor, can also be used as a day toilet. Along the port-side wall there is the galley, which receives additional light from an opening in the ceiling. The alternative version, which is already being built on the second model, has two cabins, the Owner’s suite and a VIP cabin, while the guest cabin is replaced by a living room. Both versions have a crew cabin which can be reached from the cockpit, with a single bed and integrated bathroom.