BY APB Staff on 1 Sep 2020

Sleek design and sporty lines are a hallmark of the Pershing brand and its second Pershing 140 is no exception

Pershing 140 – now there’s two

Ferretti – which has been ramping up its presence in Asia with sales of 12 new yachts in the region in 2020 alone – has delivered its second Pershing 140, the brand’s first all-aluminium flagship.

A handpicked group of customers and guests will get the chance to admire its elegant lines at the Ferretti Group private preview, the exclusive annual event held at the Monaco Yacht Club starting this week from September 3-6.

This blend of design and high-tech has become the hallmark of the group, and is the product of collaboration between Ferretti naval architect Fulvio De Simoni, the Ferretti Group product strategy committee led by Piero Ferrari and the group’s engineering department.

Spacious master bedroom

Ferretti’s Ancona Superyacht Yard – which is cutting its teeth on the Pershing 140 – specialises in steel and aluminium super and megayachts over 40 metres.

The exterior design, laid out over two decks with the addition of a spacious sun deck, combines design
innovations with some of the brand’s most iconic details, such as the two lateral wings integrated
into the superstructure and then connected at the start of the walkways to the gunwale.

Other standout features include the raised cockpit with direct access to the sun deck, the private owner’s area on the main deck, and a beach area that can be extended by opening the three foldout sides.

Clean lines, sleek styling

The owner of the first unit requested an entertainment room. However, this unit has a full-beam private master suite with double bed, entered through the owner’s studio and small lounge.

A roomy walk-in wardrobe and a big bathroom complete the layout.

Designers at Studio Fulvio De Simoni and the project architects on hand at the Ferretti Group Superyacht Yard are available to customise the design.

The yacht also features the finest materials and furniture produced by top luxury designers, including longtime Pershing partner Poltrona Frau, Minotti, Artemide, Roche Bobois, Molteni and Fontana Arte.

A third unit is now already under construction at the Ancona Superyacht Yard and will be launched next year, the group says.


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