Pershing Yacht has recently redesigned two of its most successful vessels, namely the Pershing 82 VHP (Very High Performance) and Pershing 74 yachts. The yachts were created by designer Fulvio De Simoni, in partnership with the Ferretti Group’s product strategy committee and engineering department, and feature reworked furnishings enriched with stylish new detailing and refined wood.
Starting off with the amazing Pershing 82 VHP, we can tell you that this thing not only has a new interior design scheme, but also has more powerful engines and is capable of reaching speeds higher than 50 knots, all thanks to a set of MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines that can generate 2,638 mhp at 2,450 rpm.
The vessel boasts high-end materials such as oak, dark gray lacquered features, Poltrona Frau furnishings, and an inspiring LED lighting strip on the floor. The four cabins have been also reworked, and the metallic patterned Èlitis wallpaper has to be mentioned as well. Antoniolupi basins, Bisazza mosaics, and Pomd’or accessories in the en-suite washrooms complete the update of the Pershing 82 yacht.
On the other side, the Pershing 74 is equipped with twin MTU 12V 2000 M96L high-performance engines that generate 1,948 mhp. They have a top speed of 44 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots. Its most important highlights include updated shades of the onboard decor, brand new Alpi wood and lacquer details, as well as an updated lounge that boasts an L-shaped corner sofa and a 40″ flat screen TV.