Pearl Yachts is set to play a leading role at the German Boat Show held from January 20th to 28th, where in the prestigious Hall 6 it will be showing the Pearl 65, featuring a hull designed by naval architect Bill Dixon and styling and interiors by Kelly Hoppen MBE.
January 2018. Pearl Yachts will be in the spotlight once again at Boot Düsseldorf from January 20th to 28th, in the huge Hall 6, where the most important and prestigious shipbuilders at the Boat Show have their stands.
The Pearl 65 will take pride of place, bringing together all the comforts of a superyacht in a boat that is 20.2 meters long (and 5,16 meters wide). This hugely successful model sleeps eight (plus two crew members) and is powered by 2xVolvo IPS 1200 engines, driving it to a top speed of 32 knots.
The hull design and exterior layout are the work of Bill Dixon, while the styling and interiors are by Kelly Hoppen MBE.
The saloon area with the galley aft is an extremely social space, with a bi-fold door that opens to unite it with the cockpit in such a way as to create one big welcoming rest and relaxation area. The accommodation area contains four cabins, with the class leading owner’s cabin midship, the VIP cabin forward, a twin cabin to starboard side and a further bunk cabin on the port side. The yacht has three en-suite heads.
The helm station on the fly deck is in a forward central position, while the stern area has a perimeter sofa and a central low table, with shade provided if desired by the opening a hard top with sunroof.
The hull, designed by Bill Dixon, delivers impeccable seaworthiness. The perfect relationship between weight distribution, wet surface area and balance guarantees outstanding stability, great performance and reduced fuel consumption.
The shipyard will welcome visitors to an exclusive stand, which has been designed to reflect the innovative rebranding campaign recently launched by the company.
On Saturday 20th, the stand will host a press conference attended by, amongst others, yacht designer Bill Dixon, which will focus on new model development, and an industry first announcement.
Virtual Reality technology will also be on hand to offer visitors a tour of all the models in the range offered by the shipbuilder: Pearl 65, Pearl 80 and Pearl 95.