October 26, 2021

New Model: Pershing 6X

Can you improve perfection?  Definitely yes, and this is what Pershing has done with the new 6X, the fifth model to come of the X-series which arrived in 2016, and fourth generation of a hull which is over fifteen years old.  Yes the Pershing 6X, is an evolution of what was born as the 56 in 2005, then evolving in the 58 in 2011, becoming the 62 in 2013 and now in this new 2021 version becomes the 6X.  Designed by Fulvio de Simoni, the Pershing 6X is the least X of the fives, missing the wings which characterize all other four models.  She is in fact a soft design evolution of the 62, with changes coming in the hard-top design now extended further aft, and the top sides windows having a tad different and larger profile.  Other improvements happen in both the sun-pad and social areas, with the fore deck now extended to use more space, including the edition of two chaise lounges further forward.  Other aesthetic changes is the edition of large glaze windows on hull sides now larger and same to the other X-models design.  For the remaining the 6X keeps the same interior layout as the 62 with the choice of two or three cabins in the lower deck, with changes in details and colours.  Performance as is Pershing since over thirty years is fast, with the 6X reaching top speeds up to 48 knots with twin Man 1550hp engines couple to Top System surface drives.
Technical Data:
LOA - 18.94 m (62.2ft)
Hull Length - 18.4 m
Waterline Length - 14.6 m
Beam - 4.80m
Draft - 1.45 m
Displacement - 34000 kg unloaded, 40000 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 3200 l
Water Capacity - 740 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, or four berths in two cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Man V12 1550hp
Propulsion - Top System surface drives
Speed - 48 knots max 42 knots cruise
Range - 280 nautical miles at cruise
Project - Fulvio de Simoni, Ferretti Group engineering naval architecture

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