The Pershing 74' penciled by the yacht designer Fulvio De Simoni in close collaboration with AYT (Advance Yacht Technology) of the Ferretti Group and the team of architects and designers of Centro Stile Ferrettigroupm features an external profile that is more slender and sleeker than that of its predecessor, thanks to the shape of the wider lateral windows which can be opened, and the longer superstructure, with a sun deck with an innovative qutomatic inbuilt dashboard. Pershing 74' is a natural evolution of the Pershing 72', the first model of the new range of the
new aesthetic line launched in 2007 and continued with success in the last models, P64' and P80', P92' and P108' characterised by the distinctly open personality, with its big volumes and total luminosity for direct contact with sea. Once again, Pershing 74' still has and develops all the stylistic features that make the models of the fleet ecognisable: the windows of the superstructure, the large windows on the walls, the large retractable door that divides the cockpit from the saloon and, of course, the unparalleled performance of every Pershing yacht. Pershing 74' is 22.66 metres long and 5.50 metres wide with a master cabin and two guest cabins.
It can host up to 6 guests - 7 with the foldaway bed in the guest cabin on the left - and two crewmembers. Great attention has also been given to the details of all the interiors, which reproduce the long-standing partnership with Poltrona Frau, that has dealt with the realisation of the bridge, the lateral walls of the living room, the headboards, some of the details and all the doors of the guest cabins, as well as all the seats (sofas, bridge sets, chaise longues). The result of the teamwork between the company of the Marche region and the Centro Stile of the Ferretti Group emphasising the elegance and the quality of the furnishings and carrying the flag of the Design & the Made in Italy. Besides the design, technology is the main protagonist on board the new Pershing 74', starting from the well appreciated foldaway door between the cockpit and the living room, which makes it possible to combine the exterior and the interior creating a single space and making the best use of space and the direct contact with the sea. Pershing 74' still has the innovative retractable full length hard top and the revolutionary catwalk, developed through the collaboration with Besenzoni, which has the multiple purpose of being a retractable gangway, a swimming ladder and a docking staircase when at quay, small in size and totally independent from the engine room for maintenance. Two MTU Common Rail engines of 1950 hp with Searex propulsion and high performing surface propellers are features of Pershing 74' that can reach a maximum speed of 44 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots, while maintaining a high level of comfort. The spacious and functional garage at the stern allows for the storing and the handling of a 3.25 m tender and a jet ski