In 2015, at the boat show in Monaco, the creation of the 43-meter Pershing 140 superyacht was announced, and the world premiere took place at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco in 2019. This is the longest brand yacht and the first all-aluminum.
The exterior was designed with Fulvio de Simoni, but differs significantly from previous models: a steel grille and a straight nose shape, glazing of the upper deck and hardtop.
On the upper deck there is a control post, dining and lounge areas, a solarium and a hard-top with an opening section. A 50-square-meter flybridge is partially covered by a hardtop.
The bow deck is closed by a sliding panel. The cockpit is two-level and raised: the dining area and lounge are on the same level, the lounge and the relaxation area are on the other and are separated by a reling. The living room is framed by a superstructure with two-winged arches. The beach club is enlarged by the hinged sides, the transom cover forms a canopy over the swimming platform. The garage houses a Williams 565 trailer and a jet ski.
The layout of the yacht provides for five cabins: a master on the main deck and four guest rooms on the lower. Cabins for a crew of seven on the lower deck, from there there is access to the engine room and garage. Corridors and exits for guests and teams are separated. The interior of the yacht is made at the choice of the owner.
Pershing 140 suggests choosing engines equipped with water jets. Two MTU 4000 for 3460 hp provide speed of 24 knots, two M93L of 4613 hp increase it to 33, and a maximum of 35-38 will provide four MTU engines with a capacity of 2600 hp
Certification A is designed for short and sea cruises. Range 1400 miles at a speed of 10 knots.
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