Words fail us when we look at a masterpiece, so we have to settle for numbers: over 24 metres long and 5.50 metres wide, with a weight of 56.3 tons that move at the fantastic speed of 45 knots with a 300-mile range. All this while being able to calmly chat in a normal tone of voice because the noise levels have been calculated at 70 dBA. Here is another prestigious statistic: threeWorld Yacht Trophies that heralded its debut at the Festival de La Plaisance in Cannes. So you will understand why this fabulous 82-footer (heir to the Pershing 80) has been called "the missile disguised as a yacht." Setting aside its missile-like turn of speed, let us cite its comfort and and other qualities: the sundeck that can be reached with the retractable carbon-fibre stairway, the famous folding and retractable French door that separates the cockpit and lounge, and the luxurious and high-end interiors furnished by Poltrona Frau. Power, comfort and performance are further reflected in the full-speed manoeuvring, which thanks to the Autotrim system is executed without losing a single knot of speed. The excitement turns into pure adrenaline when experienced in the master cabin, where the maxi open-view window ends up underwater due to the heel of the boat, offering you the thrill of a supersonic voyage through the waves. Going back to the numbers, the Pershing 82 has only one drawback: sooner or later you will have to disembark onto dry land. 

Main Characteristics


Builder Pershing Built Year 2014
Hull Material Displacement 54.45 tons
Lying Tax Status

Dimensions


Length 24.98 M / 81'95" Beam 5.50 M / 18'5"
Draft 1.40 M / 4'58" 

Machinery


Number of Engines 2 Engine Maker MTU
Propulsion Mode Diesel Power 2,435 hp
Engines Hours 502 H / NA 

Performances


Max Speed 45 knots Cruising Speed 40 knots

Accomodations


Sleeps 8 guests Berths 4 simple
Bathroom 3 

Would you need more information, a brochure or an offer, please contact Thomas Peltier by email t.peltier@seastemia.com or by phone at +352.621.326.323.

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