One of the few classic Pershing Silver hull produced of the 62 model. Designed to provide comfort, elegance and privacy for "family"yacht living. Powered by Twin 1550 HP MAN engines coupled with high performance Arneson 14L surface drives she's capable of cruising at 40 knots with a top speed of 48 knots. All three cabins have private baths and are isolated from each other for ultimate privacy. The main deck is an open layout with an abundance of seating options, sliding sunroof, and aft doors that open to the cockpit.
- The forward V-berth Guest cabin has two twin berths. The midship master cabin has a big double berth, large hanging locker, leather bench seat, dressing table, and a well appointed head compartment. The VIP cabin also has a double berth which is reached via a separate companionway at the aft end of the port settee also with a full head and shower. Between the main and forward cabins there is a roomy dinette and galley area. The crew quarters is a single-berth cabin, complete with shower and head accessble via steps from the port side of the cockpit. Below decks all paneling is polished pear wood, and the head compartments feature teak soles, white lacquer, and dark wenge hardwood cabinets. A steel-framed glass partition between cockpit and deck lounge allows the main deck and bridge to be effectively air conditioned. Alternatively, the side windows slide down, and the carbon-fiber roof panel opens at the touch of a switch. The aft cockpit seats lift to reveal liferaft stowage, and the hydraulic table between them lowers so the whole area over the garage becomes one big sunpad. At the pilot/helm area the passenger seats have electrically adjustable backs and the outer seat transforms into an irresistible chaise lounge. In the engine room are two beautiful 1550 hp MAN common-rail diesels driving a pair of Arneson’s finest surface piercing drives.
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