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News: Pershing At Boot Dusseldorf With '8X Generation' Yacht

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  1. Pershing 'X Generation' At Boot Dusseldorf
    Ferretti Group brand Pershing Yachts is at the Boot Dusseldorf in Germany with their so-called 'X Generation' yacht. It is actually a specialized Pershing 8X from the X line of new vessels that they are advertising as the new 8X. The company is also displaying a fleet of 7 of its other models but we will focus on this model. Pershing 8X, made of carbon fiber, is revolutionary from a stylistic-functional point of view as well as from a performance one. The sport-fly, in fact, guarantees not only lightness and increased speed, but also greater comfort on board, thanks to larger, more welcoming spaces.
  2. The 8X is a high-performance vessel and with a few engine options available to the customer, the top-end speed can be tailored. For instance, with use of the standard engine setup, the top cruising speed for the carbon fiber 8X will be around 38-knots. The most powerful of the engine options perhaps will see this yacht nearing the 50-knot barrier. Either way, you should be ready for an exhilarating ride onboard this high-performing model.
  3. Onboard you will find accommodation for up to six guests, but when guests want to enjoy the blistering performance of this yacht, good exterior areas are provided. For example, up on the fly bridge is perhaps the best place to enjoy 40-knot speeds on the sunbeds or in the three nav chairs -just hold on to you personal belongings!- There are sunpads out on the bow, as well on the aft main deck.

    For more information:

    Pershing Yachts
    Via Ansaldo, 5/7
    Zona Industriale Villa Selva
    47122 Forlì - Italy
    www.pershing-yacht.com

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