Exclusive first images of Pearl's largest boat to date
Pearl Motor Yachts have released initial renderings of their flagship 75 to be launched next year.
Despite making a name for themselves by building stylish and contemporary aft cabin flybridge cruisers the 75 will forego the aft cabin design and have a four cabin layout with a palatial owner’s ensuite amidships.
Naval architect Bill Dixon has done a fantastic job of flooding the lower helm and galley with natural light.
Glass is used in place of the usual GRP coaming between the flybridge and the top of the windscreen.
Natural light cascades through the glazing giving the impression of being outside even when you’re helming from inside and protected from the elements.
The forward part of the saloon also benefits from this design as does the galley which means those preparing food have a wonderful view out over the water.
As well as the enormous flybridge equipped with barbeque, wetbar and icemaker, guests can hideaway from prying eyes in the comfortable bimini-protected seating area at the bow – perfect for privacy when moored Mediterranean style.
In a unique twist the 75 also offers joystick control thanks to ZF series 4000 pod drive installations linked to either Caterpillar C18 1150hp engines, giving a 30 knot top speed, or pokier MTU 1250hp engines for those who feel the need for more grunt.