Built in fibreglass to a design by Fulvio De Simoni, Groot was delivered in 2015 as a Pershing 82 model. She has been meticulously maintained and received a number of upgrades in 2019 including a repaint, tech additions and new hydraulic lines.
Pershing motor yacht Groot sold
Her interior, also courtesy of Fulvio de Simoni, can sleep up to six guest split between three cabins, with further accommodation for a crew of two. The main saloon is bright and features an L-shaped sofa facing aft, complete with a television that pops up from the cabinetry and a formal dining table forward. Meanwhile, owners looking to entertain on board can make the most of Groot's SONOS sound system and IPAD Crestron controls.
The aft deck houses large sun pads as well as a dining table for meals served al fresco. A second sunbathing area can be found on the foredeck as well as an additional exterior lounge for sundowners or morning coffees.
There are two helm stations on board: one forward of the main saloon with a retractable sunroof and the other located on the sundeck. Power comes from a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M93 and two ZF SeaRex surface drives delivering a top speed of 45 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots.
Groot was asking $3,300,000.
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