The flagship of the new GTX range, featuring elegant and aerodynamic exterior styling, is 35 metres long and over seven metres in the beam, offering generous open spaces, areas in direct contact with the water and exceptional onboard liveability, all without making any trade-offs in terms of superior performance. The yacht has two decks and an upper sportfly that can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests thanks to the new five-cabin layout, plus three cabins for five crew members. Pershing GTX116 is a masterpiece of cutting-edge naval design that takes the experience of yachting into a new dimension by understanding customers’ needs as only Pershing knows how.
The Main Deck is the focus of innovation in the new GTX range and extends across two levels, the first designed for outdoor life in contact with the sea and the second for socialising and conviviality.
The five-cabin night area has a centrally positioned full-beam owner’s cabin, two doubles and two twins, all with private bathrooms, plus a sixth bathroom off the main stairway. Owners also have the choice of an alternative layout in which one of the guest cabins is replaced by a lower saloon for guests to enjoy in intimate privacy.
The sportbridge is another of the innovations introduced into the sport superyacht segment by Pershing GTX116: a deck of over 40 square metres partially covered by a hardtop and featuring a fully equipped bar area with seating built into the main structure. Forward, on the other hand, is the exterior helm station, with up to three sports seats to give guests a thrilling hands-on experience.
The engine room contains a triple waterjet propulsion system, the result of a huge design effort by the product team to fit all the components into a smaller space, providing more room for the garage and beach area. The result of this strategy is a high-tech engine room that demonstrates how innovative systems can be concentrated, while also achieving extraordinary performance levels.
PROPULSION AND TECHNOLOGY
Pershing GTX116 is equipped with a triple water jet propulsion system that can be paired with three MAN V12 2000 engines, each rated 2,000 mhp (optional), for a top speed of 34 knots and a cruising speed of 29 knots. The standard engines are three MAN V12 1800 units rated at 1,800 mhp. The yacht has a RINA Class Certificate for Pleasure Yachts.