The new Pearl 95 boasts the same legendary seakeeping capabilities and impressive manoeuvrability as her smaller sister yachts (the P65 and the P80).
In a complex and competitive market such as the flybridge one, Pearl Yachts position has always been to create high quality yachts and superyachts with an excellent price/quality ratio. As an English brand Pear Yachts naturally decided to cooperate with two of the most experienced and renowned personalities of the British design scene, Bill Dixon who is responsible for the exterior design and naval architecture and Kelly Hoppen who created the interior style.
The challenge, this time, was to include in 30 meters everything a client would normally associate with a 40 meter yacht, a full beam owner’s cabin, located on the main deck with panoramic views, a large and spacious main deck saloon, two double cabins, two twin cabins, crew accommodation for five, a vast flybridge with the Jacuzzi plus a spacious and chic foredeck lounge as well as a beach club which also doubles up as a tender or jet ski garage!
The superstructure maximises glazing and introducing sweeping curves in the shearline enhancing the connection with the sea. From the hull design through to the styling, engineering and interior space planning, the Dixon design team strives to produce a yacht that really stands out from the crowd.
Founded in 1997 with the aim of designing a range of luxury motor yachts offering voluminous interiors, combined with opulence and design excellence, Pearl Yachts is now one of the UK’s most prominent shipyards. Every Pearl motor yacht is designed and built to exceptionally high standards using quality materials and experienced craftsmen. Pearl’s fleet consists of the Pearl 65, the Pearl 80 and the new Pearl 95.