The new Pershing 140 is a pretty special vessel.
Firstly, it’s the first Pershing to be manufactured in aluminium.
It’s also the first to feature a raised cockpit directly connected to the sun deck; the first to have an owner-dedicated area on the main deck, and the first to maximise enjoyability of all the decks and outdoor areas.
Perhaps most pertinently, though, it’s the brand’s first foray into superyacht territory, and it’s a pretty sweet debut.
The 42.98m-long ship has the kind of sleek and sporty lines the luxury Italian yacht brand is renowned for, thanks to design by Fulvio De Simoni, the man behind every Pershing since 1985.
It’s capable of a top speed of 38 knots, features tailor-made interiors, and there are five guest cabins (sleeping ten).
There’s also a waterside beach club, a garage big enough for a jet ski and tender, and plenty of space on-deck given over to sunbathing areas.
In short, it’s a bit of a game changer for the brand, a new flagship that’s not just built for powering through waves, but very much intended to make them, too.
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