February 06, 2024

35m Pershing GTX116 yacht Byeee… launched

Article re-posted from SUPERYACHT TIMES

The 35.24-metre Pershing motor yacht Byeee… launched on Wednesday of this week in the port of Fano, Italy. The motor yacht is the third unit in the Pershing GTX116 series and showcases a sporty exterior profile and will soon be delivered to Malta.

Byeee… derived from a collaboration between Ferretti Group’s Strategic Product Committee led by Piero Ferrari, Fulvio De Simoni Yacht Design, the Group’s Engineering Department, with naval architecture penned by Pershing. Displaying a streamlined silhouette, the motor yacht was built for a European owner.

The motor yacht’s superstructure and sundeck area display a classic Pershing grey tone, while the hull and the forward and aft sunpad areas feature a metallic anthracite colour, a darker tone than the Pershing GTX116 yachts launched previously. The motor yacht displays extensive exterior glazing, allowing a plethora of natural light to illuminate the interior.

Showcasing a spacious main saloon, the Pershing yacht houses sophisticated furnishings, displaying a formal dining table, complete with dark brown upholstery. Warm-toned Poltrona Frau sofas blend with pale beige and grey detailing. Like the first Pershing GTX116, the owner has kept the living space and galley separate, choosing not to open a direct passageway.

In the main saloon, taupe oak parquet floor by Listone Giordano complements the yacht’s warm interior. The galley echoes the muted colour palette of the saloon, showcasing titanium and grey-toned cabinetry. The lower deck displays three guest staterooms and a master suite, showcasing a combination of darker shades and paler tones. The master stateroom features a Poltrona Frau bed and dedicated study area, complete with a herringbone mosaic by Metalborder in the ensuite.

In addition, the motor yacht’s cockpit houses a large teak table, with an adjacent adjustable height table, while the aft deck showcases oversized sunpads. Notable features onboard include the extensive 39-square metre beach club, equipped with comfortable sun loungers, this serves as the ideal spot for guests to take in their surroundings.

Designed with relaxation in mind, a generous sunpad and opulent bar area can be found at the yacht’s bow, replacing the six person Jacuzzi proposed by the shipyard and chosen for the first and second units.

Regarding performance, Byeee… is equipped with a triple water jet propulsion system, which can be paired with triple MAN engines, providing her with a top speed of 34 knots and a cruising speed of 29 knots.