The first hull in the 29 metre series of motor yachts from British builder Pearl Yachts, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Baxter Marine in Mallorca.
Named the Pearl 95, Pearl Yachts collaborated with Dixon Yacht Design on the exterior design, and with Kelly Hoppen on the interior design. The pairing continues a long running collaboration between Hoppen and yacht designer Bill Dixon.
One of the most notable design features is the transom set up. A transom and Jet Ski hatch opens up to reveal the tender garage and when the tender has been launched this space doubles up as a beach club. With sun loungers and a bar this is the ideal spot for guests to relax or enjoy the water.
Bill Dixon’s design also includes an area forward dubbed the ‘foredeck sun lounge’, which has areas for relaxing and sunbathing, while additional folding buttresses on the aft-quarters add more deck space and offer a good spot to go for a swim or to board the tender.
The main saloon features floor to ceiling sliding doors, which slide open to connect the open plan lounge with the outside. It is also spacious enough to accommodate an L-shaped sofa while the dining table seats eight.
On the main deck the full beam owner’s cabin has its own forward-facing panoramic views. There are a further three guest en suite cabins on the lower deck comprising two doubles and a twin.
Power comes from a pair of 1,925hp Caterpillar diesel engines and she is fitted with Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilisers.
The Pearl 95 was asking €6,137,000.