Gallery: Inside the First Pershing 140 Chorusline

Chorusline Underway

All photography by Alberto Cocchi

The first Pershing to be built in light aluminium alloy, the 140 sports a distinctive steel grille on the bow, reminiscent of a luxury car. Chorusline is capable of 38 knots.

The Exterior

Fulvio De Simoni has penned all of Pershing’s models since 1985 and was keen to make sure the sporty, aggressive 140 is innovative yet still unmistakably a Pershing

The Dining Room

The painting by French artist Laeti de Flo in the main deck dining area is done in her signature medium – nail polish. The Boboli table is by Cassina and the chrome and velvet chairs are Revolution by Midj.

The Main Saloon

Julien Calot’s painting dominates the main saloon, which features Roche Bobois sofas and water droplet design elements by Fuoriluogo Chrome Design.

The Main Deck Bar

The acrylic panel behind the main deck bar, with gold and silver leaf flakes, is by the French company Dacryl.

The Master Cabin

The master cabin forward on the lower deck, with its striking semicircular design theme and large water drops by Fuoriluogo Chrome Design.

The Master Cabin Ensuite

The owner's ensuite is an intimate space made even cosier by a floor in rustic grey oak.

The Media Room

Forward on the main deck, where you would expect the master bathroom to be, is a multimedia room. As well as an 88in Sony flat-screen TV and karaoke equipment (by Yamaha, SilverStone, Deoworks and Shure), there is the necessary plumbing to turn it back into a bathroom for resale.

The Beach Club Terrace

The side panels double as doors to the garage for tender and jet ski.

The Engine Room

Chorusline is powered by four 2,600hp MTU 12V 4000 M94 engines for a top speed of 38 knots and a cruising speed of 35 knots. The yacht has a range of 1,400 nautical miles at 10 knots.

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