The Pershing 6X continues reasonably smoothly from where the Pershing 62 left off and exemplifies the yard’s carnivorous character. Part of its Generation X line of sleek, daring, and silver high-performance sports yachts (she is also available in different colors). The Pershing 6X debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2021. It was designed for speed with a sleek, nimble appearance. As the result of a partnership between Pershing’s parent company, Ferretti Group’s Product Strategy Committee under the direction of Piero Ferrari, the design firm led by Fulvio De Simoni, and the Group’s engineering division, she has the same design as previous Generation X models. With a length of 18.9 meters and a width of 4.8 meters, she combines the Group’s most modern technologies into a distinctive tiny yacht.
Her strong aerodynamic silhouette is matched by the glass surfaces and larger, redesigned hull windows that flood the lower areas with natural light. In keeping with Pershing’s design philosophy over the past few years, the new styling strengthens and improves functionality on board while also streamlining her appearance. In addition to the redesigned appearance of the huge aft sun pad and the carbon and teak table in the cockpit eating area, the Pershing’s 6X side wings have been merged into the superstructure to provide additional comfort while cruising. A dashboard with two 19-inch monitors, carbon fiber control panels, and an electrohydraulic steering system have also been added to the helm station. In addition, the salon has new plush seats, such as a chaise longue with a recliner. A wide sunroof located above the helm station can be opened in order to completely appreciate the surroundings while at sea. Front operable windows and a sliding glass sunroof distinguish the salon, while larger rectangular portholes let more air and light into the lower deck.
The galley is located near the port side’s promenade in each of the two spectacular layout possibilities. Her three cabin layout variant features an owner’s stateroom with ensuite head amidships, a VIP stateroom with ensuite head forward, and a guest stateroom with twin berths and access to the day head to port. In lieu of an additional guest cabin, an alternative design for the US market comprises two cabins, the owner’s cabin and VIP cabin, plus a living area. Accessible from the main deck’s aft, the crew cabin contains a single bed and an en suite. Powered by two MAN V12 1550-horsepower engines, the Pershing 6X has an astounding top speed of 48 knots, allowing it to cut through the water with ease.