It is immediately apparent from the Pershing 72’s radically new hull profile, the fruit of Fulvio De Simoni’s pencil, that this craft is a forerunner. Here the focus is clearly on technology, starting with the stowaway glass partition between the external cockpit and the internal saloon, an area that can be completely opened to the sky thanks to an innovative sliding hard top. Another important feature is the revolutionary gangplank created together with Besenzoni. This multi-purpose device acts as a stowaway gangplank, swimming ladder, and mooring ramp when in port. It takes up hardly any space at all and therefore leaves the engine room free for any ordinary or special maintenance. The interiors and overall design of the Pershing 72’ also offer a series of original solutions, such as the new, unbroken window line, the position of the galley in the bows, located at an intermediate level between the main deck and the below deck area and the vast storeroom below it. Pershing’s collaboration with the prestigious Poltrona Frau company has created exquisite fittings and furnishings, including leather upholstered chairs, sofas and ceiling panels, all painstakingly designed to combine, in every environment, inimitable Pershing style with the value, top quality craftsmanship and superior functionality typical of Poltrona Frau furniture. With its two 1823 hp MTU common rail engines combined with Arneson propulsion, this craft can also reach top speeds of up to 45 knots, while maintaining a trim that ensures high comfort.
|Engine||MTU 12V 2000 M93|
|Length of Hull||21,67|
|No. of people on board||16|
BUILDING MATERIAL HULL /DECK
HULL : female moulded construction with bottom lamination in
sa ndw ich with balsa wood core; reinforcement fibre: E glass .
Va cuum infusion lamination using vinylester resin. Stratification
of longitudinal and transversal stringers, single skin, and
polyurethane PVC core.
DECK and SUPER STRUCTURE : female moulded construction with
vacuum infusion lamination in sandwich with vinylester resin and
closed-cell PVC core.
Main bulkheads and interior structural flooring (excluding the
engine room) in sa ndw ich format with vacuum infusion lamination.
Structural tank for fuel. Polyethylene tanks for fresh, grey and
Parts of the deck such as the fore area and side walkways have
either a non-slip or a polished gelcoat finish like the hull and
Other parts, such as the walking areas of the cockpit, the swimming
platform and af t steps are clad in sealed teak with black polymerising
See Ferretti S.p.A. at http://www.ferretti-yachts.com