Comfort on board, liveable spaces, performance, and sportiness. The design for the new Pershing GTX80, which follows the GTX116 flagship of the GTX range, has been developed around these very concepts.
The outcome of a close collaboration between the Ferretti Group’s Strategic Product Committee, chaired by engineer Piero Ferrari, Vallicelli Design and the Group’s Engineering Management department, the Pershing 80GTX was created in the Ferretti Group’s Models and Moulds production site, combining cutting-edge technology and the brand’s own craftsmanship.
With a length of 23.98 metres and a beam of 5.80 metres, the Pershing GTX80 features an almost vertical bow, a continuous sheer-line and is developed on two decks and a flybridge. At the stern, the bulwarks are transformed into folding side terraces while the platform, which also functions as a tender lift, can be aligned with the beach area, increasing the space available.
The interiors allow for a main deck in contact with the sea thanks to the windows. The inside is organised with the saloon partially full-beam, the galley-bar opening onto the cockpit. On the lower deck there are four cabins with the owner’s cabin covered in blue leather panelling.
The Pershing GTX80 is equipped with three Volvo Penta D13 IPS1350s and the expected top speed is 34 knots with a cruising speed of 28 knots.