PERSHING 62: The new Pershing 62 immediately strikes for its streamlined, slender profile. She is the natural evolution of Pershing 56′ and Pershing 58′, two of the brand’s most successful models boasting more than 70 built and sold hulls overall! The bottom line and the superstructure have indeed been designed to obtain a slim, fast yacht characterized by aggressive lines and a sporty personality. The unique shape of the hull glazing ensures great brightness in the full-beam master cabin located amidships – a typical feature in Pershing’s new era, found in this model too, preserving the family feeling. The VIP cabin benefits from two windows with portholes, which let in plenty of natural light. Pershing 62 is available in two versions: three cabins and three heads with separate shower boxes, or, two cabins – the master stateroom and the VIP cabin, with the guest cabin replaced by a living area.
FERRETTI YACHTS 960: The Ferretti Yachts 960 is the largest planing pleasure boat ever designed and built in the Yachts product line and takes to unprecedented heights the design philosophy embraced by the Italian brand over the last few years, maximising its concepts and contents, with the aim of achieving a truly unmatched product in its category. This is the philosophy underlying the new line’s flagship. This yacht falls within the CE design category and, therefore, does not require the presence of a professional captain. She boasts an incredible onboard liveability compared to other models in its class. The new flagship is indeed the first planing pleasure boat in the Yachts line fitted, in the traditional layout, with the master cabin forward, on the main deck, and four guest cabins on the lower deck, all equally sized and with equivalent furnishings and fittings. The model on display in Sanya, China, features an original layout, which reflects the choices made by the Owner and implemented by the team of the Group’s architects and designers – where the master stateroom on the main deck has been replaced by a large living area – a private play room furnished with a sofa and a coffee table.
FERRETTI YACHTS 650: The Ferretti Yachts 650 is the first in a series of models that are bound to set a new functional and technical standard for the “Yachts” product line below 70 feet in length. The Ferretti Yacht 650 immediately strikes the eye for its extensively renovated profile. Its outer silhouette is characterised by an aerodynamic fly-bridge and new fibreglass decorative elements that “cut” through the profile of the glazing in the superstructure. An unprecedented decoration connects the windows of the three cabins below deck. A tender lift has been developed, capable of lifting an over-3-metre-long tender that can be lowered into the water by a metre with respect to its original position, thereby allowing the vessel to be davit-free: a valuable attribute which provides an incredible amount of additional living space. The shipyard is offering alternative layouts both on the sundeck – which also comes in the hard-top version – and inside the boat. Ferretti has designed a “TaiHe Dian” edition of the 650, devoted in particular to owners from select markets in the Asia-Pacific. This special edition features areas on board which are exclusively dedicated towards entertainment and business related functions. The 650 benefits boaters seeking an owner operated, extremely functional and sophisticated vessel with no compromises on safety or comfort.
RIVA 122: The future has arrived! The launch of the largest Riva ever built – Riva 122′ Mythos, is bound to mark a turning point in the history of the brand and at the same time become a symbol of it with its fitting Mythos name. At Riva History blends with Myth. The new yacht is indeed the largest yacht built in the 172-year history of the Italian brand and the first entirely built in aluminum – a debut that Riva is sharing with CRN, since this is the first time the Ancona-based shipyard is using light alloy only to build a yacht. The owner of the first hull has requested the 3-cabin optional version, while the standard version proposed by the shipyard has 4 cabins. An additional optional layout with 5 cabins is also available. The aluminum planning hull can reach a maximum speed of 27.5 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots thanks to two MTU 12 V 4000 M 93L, 3510 mhp engines (preliminary data).
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