The Pershing 6X picks up where the Pershing 62 left off, and truly embodies the yard’s predatory spirit. She is part of the company’s Generation X line of sleek, bold, silver (and other colors) high-performance sports yachts. The Pershing 6X debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021, built for speed with a taut, agile exterior design. She has the same styling as other Generation X models thanks to a collaboration between Pershing’s parent company, Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee led by Piero Ferrari, the design firm led by Fulvio De Simoni, and the Group’s engineering department. She is 18.9 meters long and 4.8 meters wide, and she combines the Group’s most advanced technologies into a distinctive compact yacht.
Her sharp aerodynamic profile is complemented by glazed surfaces and larger, reformed hull windows that provide natural light to the lower spaces. In keeping with Pershing’s design approach over the years, the new styling enhances and improves functionality on board while also streamlining her design. Aside from the revamped styling of the large aft sun pad and the carbon and teak table in the cockpit dining area, another innovation is the integration of the Pershing’s 6X side wings into the superstructure to provide even more comfort while cruising. A dashboard with two 19-inch monitors, carbon fiber control panels, and an electro-hydraulic steering system have also been added to the helm station. Simultaneously, the salon has new plush seating, including a chaise longue with a reclining backrest. While cruising, a large sunroof located above the helm station can be opened to fully enjoy the surroundings. The front openable windows and sliding glass sunroof distinguish the salon, while larger rectangular portholes allow more air and light into the lower deck.
Both see the galley by the port side’s walkway and are available in two stunning layout options. The owner’s ensuite cabin is amidships, a VIP ensuite cabin is forward, and a twin-berth guest stateroom is starboard with access to the day head. Another version for the US market has two cabins, the owner’s cabin and the VIP cabin, as well as a living space rather than an extra guest cabin. The crew cabin, which has a single bed and an ensuite, is accessible from the main deck aft. The Pershing 6X has an incredible top speed of 48 knots thanks to twin MAN V12 1550 hp engines, allowing her to effortlessly slice through the sea.