In Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza, boasting a clifftop location with spectacular views of the enchanting rocky island Es Vedrà, the Pershing Yacht Terrace will take your breath away. Nowhere else in the world can compare to the cocktail bar in the middle of the deluxe, five-star 7Pines Resort in Ibiza. With 186 suites, a 1,500 m² spa and 13 private pools, it offers every single guest a tailored, inimitable Ibiza Experience.
Opened in June 2018, the Pershing Yacht Terrace is the first lounge in the world to be created by Pershing architects and designers to reflect the style and values that make the range unique. Pershing and 7Pines have teamed up to fuse fun and refinement in this spellbinding space, which is the ideal place to cool down during the day and enjoy the sunset in the evening. Rounding off the range of 7Pines wonders is a yacht charter service, allowing guests to experience the thrills of racing across the sea or the charms of a romantic dinner on board a Pershing 74, Pershing 5X or Pershing 9X.
A terrace with all the Pershing vessel style
The Pershing Yacht Terrace has an eye-catchingly exclusive design, with delicate surfaces and lines that call to mind the distinctive features of Pershing vessels. Standing out most of all is a trademark Pershing side wing framing the front of the bar: made of carbon fibre with integrated windows, this exclusive detail runs along the bar and is steeped in dynamic, elegant, light and flowing style, making it the perfect match for the stunning yachts in the range. The colours in the lounge are inspired by the classic Pershing hues: grey is complemented by shades of beige, brown and black in unprecedented, refined combinations.
The sophisticated sounds add the finishing touch to the unadulterated marvels on offer in a setting with breathtaking views to enjoy throughout the day and at sunset, as you sip sublime drinks: the Pershing Yacht Terrace embarks guests on a voyage through style and beauty, intertwining the delights of heavenly surroundings with the joys of racing through the waves at top speed.
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