Pearl Yachts has revealed new plans for its next flagship model, the Pearl 95. At 29.22m LOA, she will be the largest yacht to be constructed at the British shipyard, designed in collaboration with Dixon Yacht Design and Kelly Hoppen.
Following on from the previous success of the design team’s collaboration on the Pearl 65 and 75 models, the Pearl 95 will accommodate up to 10 guests across over a four or five cabin layout. She will also house a crew of five.
The full beam owner’s cabin will be found on the main deck, offering panoramic, forward-facing views of her surroundings. Other notable features include floor-to-ceiling side doors which connect the grand open plan saloon to the outside deck areas, as well as a foredeck sun lounge and aft beach club with garage.
Powered by twin CAT C32 engines, she will have a top speed of 24 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots, giving her a range of 380nm. She will alternatively be offered with optional MTU M94 engines, which will provide higher top speeds of up to 30 knots.
Iain Smallridge, managing director of Pearl Yachts commented, “The Pearl 95 is as innovative and groundbreaking as its smaller sisters but even more spacious and even more luxurious.
“Thanks to Bill Dixon’s uncompromising approach to design and performance, the vessel features several world-firsts for its class. It promises to not only be truly spectacular, but also the best value 30m yacht in the world thanks to our competitive pricing.”
The first Pearl 95 is currently in build and is scheduled for completion in Spring 2017.
For more information, visit Pearl Motor Yachts.