Ferretti Group shows second Pershing 140 at Private Preview in Monaco
Following the delivery of the first Pershing 140 to a repeat Ferretti Group owner in Hong Kong, the Italian brand showcases the second unit of its breathtaking flagship.
The second Pershing 140 will be shown at the invitation-only Ferretti Group Private Preview at the Monaco Yacht Club from September 3-6.
The all-aluminium superyacht, Pershing’s flagship, was built at Ferretti Group’s Super Yacht Yard in Ancona, which specialises in 40m-plus steel and aluminium yachts.
The first Pershing 140, the brand’s first model to be built in the Ancona yard, was delivered to a Hong Kong owner last year and used in Europe over the summer before it arrived in his home city.
In contrast to the Hong Kong hull, which features a bar, dining room and entertainment room forward on the main deck, the second unit features the model’s original layout featuring a huge owner’s suite forward of the main-deck saloon and dining area.
The owner’s suite starts with a studio and small lounge, has a full-beam bedroom with forward-facing bed, while forward is a full-beam walk-in wardrobe and a huge bathroom in the bow.
The yacht also features materials and furniture produced by renowned brands including long-time Pershing partner Poltrona Frau, Minotti, Artemide, Roche Bobois, Molteni&C and Fontana Arte.
The yacht’s standout features include a stunning beach area that can be extended by opening the three fold-out sides, while the sleek lines include two lateral wings integrated into the superstructure and connected to the gunwale at the start of the walkways.
The Pershing 140 was designed by naval architect Fulvio De Simoni in collaboration with Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee led by Piero Ferrari and the Group’s Engineering Department.
The interior design can be fully customised with the designers at Studio Fulvio De Simoni and the project architects at the Ferretti Group Super Yacht Yard.
The third Pershing 140 is now under construction at the Super Yacht Yard and will be launched in 2021.