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News: Pearl Yachts Hull 2 Nearing End Of Build

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  1. Second Pearl 95 Motor Yacht To Be Delivered This Year
    British yacht manufacturer Pearl Yachts is moving along with its Pearl 95 model. The second hull in the series is progressing after being sold earlier in the year to a client. It is well-under construction and is expected to be delivered later this year. In fact, the third hull in the line has also been under construction and should be ready for a client just after the first half of 2020.
  2. The design of the Pearl 95 is by Dixon Yacht Design while the interior is by Kelly Hoppen Interiors. The interior is expected to be quite open plan with little to no demarcations affecting the sightlines throughout. From the saloon through to the formal dining area has no visual interruptions helping to make the interior feel more spacious. In terms of accommodation, the Pearl 95 should be able to sleep up to eight guests in four cabins inclusive of a large master suite. For the crew there is provision for up to four of them to be slept.
  3. Below decks you will find a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96 marine diesels powering the second hull of the series. Top speed is expected to be 28-knots while the fast cruising speed is to be set at 18-knots. There are other engine options for this model including CAT power. Some standout features onboard include a flying bridge, a forward private seating and lounging area on the bow for al fresco eating. The stern has a swim platform with small extending terraces on port and starboard sides of the transom. The first Pearl 95 debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2018.

    For more information:

    PEARL YACHTS LTD
    Unit 4 St Georges Business Park
    Lower Cape
    Warwick, UK
    www.pearlyachts.com

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