Ferretti Group has revealed the interiors of the first Pershing 140 superyacht Chorusline, which is now the flagship of the Pershing brand.
The 43.3 metre metre yacht was originally launched in February during a ceremony awash with celebratory confetti.
Meanwhile, the second hull of the series is already under construction and due for completion in September this year.
Speaking at the launch ceremony, Ferretti Group chief executive Alberto Galassi described the Pershing 140 as "an engineering masterpiece".
"The launch of the first unit marks a landmark for the history of Pershing and the commercial strategy of the Ferretti Group."
Chorusline was launched in February
The yacht was first announced at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show with its sale announced at the show a year later.
The owner is from continental Europe and was seduced by the sporty, powerful lines and innovative on-board features, Pershing previously said.
The Pershing 140 is the result of close collaboration between Ferretti Group’s Pershing team and naval architect Fulvio De Simoni and will become the flagship of the range, as well as the first Pershing yacht to be built in light aluminium alloy.
Galassi previously said that the initial pictures of the new flagship give him “a shudder of excitement”. He said he was “sure the Pershing 140 will be the greatest thrill ever in Pershing’s history”.
Fulvio De Simoni, who has penned all of the Pershing models since 1985, said the design is highly innovative. However he has stressed they have made “the least possible invasive changes, preserving those iconic design elements that make every single Pershing yacht truly unmistakable at first sight”.
The sporty, competitive character loved by Pershing owners has been reflected in the steel grid on the bow, which is reminiscent of a coupé car.
The designers have aimed to combine this aggressive sporty personality with smart engineering features to ensure maximum comfort on board.
Chrousline at the launch ceremony
Two winged arches, integrated into the superstructure, create a sheltered private lounge on the aft deck and create a distinctive look, very much in keeping with the latest generation of Pershing designs.
The aft part of the main deck has been raised into a mezzanine level, giving more space for a huge superyacht beach club with fold-out sides. Launching the tender and Jet Ski creates even more lounging space in the beach club.
This area also boasts easy access to the sundeck, creating a multi-level outdoor space for the owners and their guests to enjoy.
Another notable design feature of the Pershing 140 is the concealed private area forward on the upper deck. When the yacht is anchored or moored, the otherwise hidden area is opened up to reveal a customisable zone for taking in the sun.
The most powerful version of the Pershing 140 will be capable of a 38-knot top speed
A wide-body owner’s suite on the main deck has been achieved by raising the forward part of the hull. Four further guest suites on the lower deck, arranged as two doubles and two twins, bring the total accommodation to 10 guests.
Below decks the well laid out crew areas provide hidden access from the comfortable living quarters through the engine room to the garage, as well as accommodation for a staff of up to seven people.
Accommodation on board the Pershing 140 is for up to 10 guests
The Pershing 140 is powered by four 2,600hp MTU 16V2000 M96L engines that deliver a blistering top speed of 38 knots. A state of the art stabilisation system will provide maximum comfort, even at the sporty speeds that Pershing is renowned for.