The Pearl 95 made its show debut at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The flagship model was exhibited alongside the Pearl 80, and both yachts feature exterior design by Bill Dixon and interiors from Kelly Hoppen.
The Pearl 95 is the largest model in Pearl Yachts’ growing line of motor yachts.
The exterior design is both aerodynamic yet practical, with plenty of glazing to illuminate the interior and add to its sense of spaciousness. The 95 takes the sporty ethos of the Pearl Yachts brand, and features a semi-raised pilothouse design, with an innovative and voluminous interior.
The Pearl 95 can accommodate up to 10 guests and a crew of five. The owner’s cabin is located forward on the main deck and features a full-beam design. The main deck saloon is vast with space for a huge L-shaped sofa and a dining table for eight.
The Sie Matic galley, manufactured to the highest standards is complemented by Gaggenau appliances and has access from the side deck allowing for separate and discreet crew access.
On the lowerdeck there are two double cabins and two twin cabins, all en-suite with owners given the option to specify a full beam cabin with walk-in wardrobe and large bathroom in place of the two double cabins.
The yacht offers, reverse air-conditioning, a central vacuum system and Control 4 integrated audio and video system.
Iain Smallridge, Pearl Yachts Managing Director, states: “With the first hull in the Pearl 95 sold in 2018 and two additional units sold in 2019, the Pearl 95 is a resounding success.
With superb performance, a shallow draft and award-winning layout, she is ideally suited to the American market and to cruising tastes in this fantastic region.”
The Pearl 95 achieves a top speed of 28 knots and has a cruising range of 380 nautical miles thanks to its 2 x MTU 16V M96 2400hp engines. Caterpillar C32 1925hp and 2 x MTU 16V M96L 2600hp are also available.