January 6, 2011

New Model: Pershing 58

Building on the successful formula of the 2005 launched 56, Pershing presents the new 58. This model is actually based on the same hull with a new design to superstructure, and additional large vertical windows on the hull sides for the cabin area. Having been the 56 one of the best sold molels, Fulvio De Simoni for the 58 presents a design similar of the moving idea This Is More Then latest models which started up in 2007 with the 72. The hard top takes a lot of cues from the latest new models from the side windows to the extension. The layout of the 58 keeps the same principles of the replaced 56, with a three cabins lower deck, and saloon with galley, or a two cabins choice with bigger L-shaped saloon settee and owners mid ship stateroom. Also no change for the aft deck cockpit which is also one of the appreciated features of the 56, thanks to its large spaces centred around a large sun pad and two L-shaped settees. Power is twin MAN 1360hp engines with surface drives, which give top speed up to 48 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 18.0 m (59.1ft)
Hull Length - 17.60 m
Beam - 4.80 m
Draft - 1.30 m loaded
Displacement - 28.6 t unloaded, 33.9 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 3200 l
Water Capacity - 740 l
Accommodation - 6 guest berths, 1 crew berth
Max Persons - 14
Engines - 2 x MAN V12 1360hp
Propulsion - Surface Drives
Speed - 48 knots max, 44 knots cruise
Range - 315 nm at cruise
Construction - Vinilester resin, Scrimp vacuum infused resin; single skin bottom, cored balsa sides
Project - Fulvio De Simoni Exterior, Ferretti AYT Naval Engineering
Certification - ISO 8666 CE A