September 15, 2020

New Model: Pearl 62

British Pearl Yachts has really evolved in recent years, from a cultist of the Britsh aft cabin cruiser in the late nineties early second millennium, the company has since entered into larger sizes with the 75 model in 2010 and proving a hit, set sights into the standard motor yacht design.  Designed by Bill Dixon the Pearl 62 is a really sweet modern looking motor yacht and packs a lot of accommodation in just eighteen meters, offering a four double cabins layout, with a separate entrance master cabin at midships.  A plus point in the Pearl 62 is that it has no bunk berths which is what most four cabins eighteen meters motor yacht offer.  The Pearl 62 also comes with the option for the main deck with a choice coming to starboard which replaces the four person dinette to a larger one further forward.  The Pearl 62 is standard powered by Volvo 725hp or optional 800hp and 900hp engines with Volvo IPS pod drives.  Standard engines allow max speeds up to 27 knots while the optional largest option give 33 knots top end.      
Technical Data:
LOA - 18.61 m (61ft)
Hull Length - 17.4 m
Beam - 5.30 m 
Draft - 1.59 m
Displacement - 32 t light
Fuel Capacity - 2750 l
Water Capacity - 800 l
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x D11 725hp, D13 800hp, D13 900hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking IPS pod drives
Speed - 27 knots with Volvo 725hp, 33 knots with Volvo 900hp
Range - 250 nm at cruise
Project - Bill Dixon exterior and hull, Kelly Hopen interior

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