New Pershing 82′
Pershing 82’, penciled by the yacht designer Fulvio De Simoni in close collaboration with AYT (Advanced Yacht Technology– the centre of naval research and design of the Ferretti Group) and the team of architects and designers of Centro Stile Ferrettigroup, features an external profile that is more sleeper and aggressive than that of its predecessor, thanks to the shape of the wider lateral windows which can be opened, providing more interior brightness.
The elongated superstructure that enhances the new attractive forms and the introduction of a sun-deck with a retractable platform, which makes the yacht look slender and makes it possible to enjoy unparalleled heights, stand out immediately.
After the success of Pershing 74’, Pershing 82’ returns with a sun-deck, that can be easily accessed from an automated hatch and a carbon steel staircase, a little mechanical masterpiece created by AYT in close collaboration with Besenzoni. The staircase is decentralized and drops automatically into the cockpit by electro-hydraulic control and automatically disappears upwards when closed, freeing the space in the cockpit.
The sun-deck is simple and functional: next to the retractable helm, there are two comfortable lateral chaise longue next to the pilot’s seat, in which a practical minibar has been placed. To complete the layout of the sun-deck at the bow, there are sunbeds with separate and folding backrests; for safety purposes on the sun-deck there are two lateral handles and a pulpit which blend in completely with the aesthetics of the superstructure.
All the other stylistic features that have distinguished the Pershing models, contributing to its worldwide success, remain the same: the large windows on the walls, the large retractable door that divides the cockpit from the saloon with electro-hydraulic control and the special system of fiberglass vacuum molding
Pershing 82’ is 24.97 metres long and has a maximum width of 5.50m with 4 comfortable guest cabins (the master suite amidships, a VIP cabin forward and two cabins with twin beds at the bow) for the standard layout, or 3 guest cabins for the optional version, with a lounge-cinema room starboard, and two crew cabins with three beds.