PERSHING 8X 82’ SPORT YACHT
The 25.55-meter carbon fiber Pershing 8x is a “true evolution” of the Pershing 82, featuring lines that are even sleeker and sportier.
Key exterior aesthetic details include “imposing side wings”, which Ferretti Group chief operating officer Stefano de Vivo described as the “wings of a new Pershing era”. Its sundeck meanwhile boasts an “aerodynamic profile.”
One key “distinctive and characterizing innovation” is the stairway that leads to the sundeck, described by the yard as “black painted steel steps covered in teak and framed by carbon fiber”.
Another stand-out feature is the yacht’s music hull, developed by the Ferretti Group engineering department in collaboration with tech company Videoworks. The new technology sees a high definition loudspeaker embedded within the hull to provide music for underwater dive and swimming sessions. The music hull can be controlled by the owner and guests by smartphones and tablets.
The 161-square-foot sundeck features a sun pad and sofa for al fresco relaxation. The aft swimming platform meanwhile leads to the tender garage, which is spacious enough to hold one Williams Sportjet 345 tender and a Jet Ski.
Moving inside, the main deck is divided into three different areas; a lounge, dining area and helm station. The deck also features double side access via two helm station doors and a dining table for eight.
Accommodation is for eight guests in four double cabins on the lower deck. These include a full-beam master with walk-in closet and bathroom, a foredeck VIP cabin with dedicated port-side bathroom and two double guest cabins with a shared starboard-side bathroom.
The crew quarters allow for a staff of three in one single and one double cabin.
Power comes from a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96 2435hp engines for a top speed of 45 knots and a cruise of 38 knots. Optional are twin 2638 hp MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines that provide a top speed exceeding 48 knots and a cruise of 41 knots.
110 North Dixie Highway
Stuart, FL 34994
Tom : (772) 201-1800
Brett : (772)201-1630