Guests at the stand will find the brand’s latest generation on display, with the Pearl 62, the new Pearl 72, and the Pearl 95, expressing the creativity of exterior and interior design by Bill Dixon and Kelly Hoppen CBE respectively.
And for a glimpse at the future, the stand will host a VR lounge where guests can experience the soon-to-launch Pearl 82 for the first time.
The Pearl range at Cannes Yachting Festival – Pearl 62
Measuring 18.6m, this yacht offers accommodations for eight guests across four cabins, including a full beam owner’s suite with a private entrance, plus the owner’s choice of a crew cabin or jet ski garage.
Other features include an aft galley open to the cockpit, a vast flybridge, a foredeck lounge, and Volvo IPS pod drive propulsion, including joystick control.
This yacht presents two Master Cabins: one is forward with a private entrance, as typically seen on much larger yachts, and the second is full beam amidships.
In addition to providing an ideal solution for co-owners who enjoy the yacht together, this layout allows owners to enjoy a beautiful view even when moored stern-to in a marina. There are two further en-suite double cabins plus accommodation for the crew, in addition to a garage with space for a William 345 tender (or similar) and a jet ski.
The flagship Pearl 95 boasts a full beam owner’s cabin on the main deck, as well as an expansive beach club with fold-down buttresses. She has taken the title of ‘Best Layout’ at the World Yachts Trophies.
The Pearl 95 went on to receive recognition with the awards of ‘Best Interior Design – Power Yachts’ and ‘Best Main Saloon’ at the International Yacht and Aviation Awards.