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Pearl 72: worldwide premiere at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show

The hotly anticipated Pearl 72 will have her official debut at Florida’s famous Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, held from October 26th to October 30th. (Here all our posts about Pearl Yachts)

In terms of layout, the Pearl 72 makes a unique introduction to the size-class: two Master Cabins.One is forward with a private entrance, as typically seen on much larger yachts, and the second is full beam amidships. In addition to providing an ideal solution for co-owners who enjoy the yacht together, the innovative layout allows owners to enjoy a beautiful view even when moored stern-to in a marina. There are two further en-suite double cabins plus accommodation for the crew,in addition to an exceptional garage with space for a William 345 tender (or similar) and a jet ski. 

A modern exterior design

About the 22-metre Pearl 72 with a 5.7-metre beam, Exterior Designer Bill Dixon said,“Every element of the 72’s design follows from the core identity that she is a Pearl. But with this new yacht, we have evolved to a higher level. The hull glass has been expanded for a more modern look, combined with the sporty stance which she inherited from the recent Pearl 62 – a marker of the new generation.

The lines are as elegant as ever, now a bit sleeker and more streamlined, and the use of spheric glass gives her curves in all the right places. As for the layout, we were as shrewd as ever to use the available space to our maximum advantage.”

Pearl 72

Pearl 72: an Indulgence look 

Kelly Hoppen Interiors has continued to refine the design of Pearl Yachts, taking the world-famous look one step further with the introduction of a new interior theme – “Indulgence”.

Pearl 72

The design intent of this yacht was to capture New York City urban living on water while enhancing and working with the incredible mechanical features that have been achieved. An array of materials including high gloss veneers, satin stones and contrasting metal detailing has been used and layered throughout to set up enchanting reflections and luxurious tones that fuse the ocean and interiors together.

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