The new Pershing 92′, created by the Fulvio De Somini, together with the fundamental support of the technical staff of Pershing and the close collaboration with Norberto Ferretti, the AYT (Advanced Yacht Technology) and the Centro Stile of the Ferretti Group, is characterized by its slim and aggressive external profile with tight and sleek linea. This is a new racy and modern model, with maximum comfort on board, creating continuity between the interiors and the exteriors and incomparable living spaces. Pershing’s last project fits perfectly with the new design course inaugurated with the famous Pershing 72′, successfully followed by the last models, the Pershing 64′ and the Pershing 80′, characterized by a distinctive open personality with ample volume and total luminosity for direct contact with the sea highlighting the family feeling concept that has guided the stylistic choice of the entire project. Pershing 92′ embodies all of the stylistic elements that distinguish the models of the fleet: the windows of the superstructure, the wide glass walls and big foldaway door that divides the cockpit from the hall as well as the inimitable performance of each Pershing yacht. An absolute novelty lies in the choice of hue of the hull: white pearl, a distinctive note of the new Pershing model, which has established several trends of international sailing. The yacht about 28 meters long with 4 cabins, the owner’s suite and two guest cabins with two side by side beds at the bow, all with en-suite bathroom. The elegance of the furnishings are the result of the collaborative teamwork of two historic Made in Italy labels: Poltrona Frau, which has designed and realized the pilot house, all the seating and all the details of the internal furnishing, and Ernestomeda, which conceptualized the kitchen design. Pershing 92′ is powered by 2 MTU diesel of 16 V with 2638 horse power engines with surface propellers and ARNESON transmission and reaches the maximum velocity of 42 knots and 38 knots at cruising speed. Its slimmer profile, larger volume and the study of space confirm the great care given to the project making Pershing 92′ a new point of reference which can bring about the revolution of the concept of on board living.