Seated comfortably in the cockpit, enveloped by silence, while your Pershing 70 plows the waves at over 46 knots and the sea whisks by in the side windows. The merit of this phenomenal mixture of speed, comfort and performance is down to the design that merges good looks and function with the fundamental role of technology and the power of its engines.
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On the Pershing 70, the interiors stand out for their innovative layout and décor, characterized by a skilful
use of contrasting colours, with the light shades of ashwood of the furniture frames alternating with the dark tones of the lacquered charcoal grey finishes.
White is the colour chosen for the deck structure and the ceiling panels, consisting of parallel strips fitted with LED lighting systems. Wooden floors complete the decor on the main deck, while furnishings comprise a large leather sofa with storage drawers, an extendable dining table seating up to six people and a low unit with a 46’’ screen TV (a concealing TV screen is available upon request). The starboard-side pilot station features a Poltrona Frau two-seater leather bench. Next to it, a second living area hosts an L-shaped sofa which can be replaced with a bar area upon request.
Below deck, the layout comprises three cabins with three bathrooms and the galley. The full-beam master suite is accessed by descending from the mezzanine level towards the stern of the yacht. Inside the cabin, a partition element decorated with wave-shaped leather inserts visually separates the entrance area - fitted with a double wardrobe - from the bedroom itself. The same inserts pattern unravels throughout the cabin, on the wall behind the bed and besides the book unit with audio/video system standing in front of it. The master bathroom on this first Pershing 70 features extremely original decor choices, especially in the shower box, where the main wall is fitted with horizontal metallic strips in different colours which, when “soaked” with light, create a
‘palette’ in line with the latest trends in interior design.
All other areas below deck are accessed directly from the mezzanine level: to starboard is the galley, while to portside is the large third cabin, with twin beds and bathroom with separate shower, which also serves as a day toilet thanks to a secondary access directly from the lobby. The VIP cabin, at the extreme bow, is truly spacious and well-equipped, with a double wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower.