While presenting the recently launched Pearl 72 at boot Düsseldorf for her European premiere, the British yachting builder held a press conference to announce its latest creation, the Pearl 82, which is already under construction with an anticipated launch in 2024.
Pushing the boundaries of design, the new model offers many features of a superyacht in just 25 metres, with the integration of a main deck master suite among 5 staterooms, a raised pilot house and direct passageways connecting all the exterior areas from bow to stern, including a private terrace at the peak of the bow, which is also accessible from the master suite and from the flybridge with a dedicated opening to port amidship.
Additionally, the Pearl 82 may be outfitted with either of two aft deck arrangements – Riviera or Veranda – to further match different owners’ lifestyles right on the sea. The Riviera layout places aft facing sun pads behind the table and sofa setup, out under the sun, while the Veranda layout offers versatility with the possibility to pivot the seating between picnic and private patio orientations, always keeping the sea in sight.
And regardless of the owner’s choice, the bulwarks can fold down like wings, expanding and opening the cockpit to the environment. A cleverly hidden garage offers a surprising space for a William 345 tender (or similar) a jet ski and plenty of water toys.
The Pearl 82 is exceptionally well connected, affording her owner direct access to a private terrace at the forepeak. From there, the foredeck lounge is just a few steps up, beckoning to guests with ample sunbathing and lounging around a cocktail table. In addition to the typical stair down to the main deck, the bow area is also connected to the flybridge, which features a full-sized dining table, a multi-functional wet bar opposite, and, aft, a sun pad and hot tub combo; free standing furniture can also be specified.
Guests are therefore able to move directly between the outdoor spaces, constituting the first semi walkaround deck in the size class. All the outdoor areas can be protected by a foredeck Bimini, electric shades and the variable hard top, which has 3 settings: full shade, adjustable louvres, and full sun.
The saloon on the Pearl 82 dazzles guests with floor-to-ceiling windows, which maximize the feeling of space and flood light into the lounge area. Together with the cut-outs in the bulwarks, it creates a remarkable sense of contact with the environment. There is a dining arrangement for 10 guests ahead of the room’s focal point, an eye-catching bar. The galley is accessed to port and the master suite entry is located on the starboard side. Engine room access, galley access and foredeck access are all positioned on the port side of the yacht, ensuring privacy for guests and crew.
The main deck master suite is preceded by a spectacular entrance with panoramic views, a feature that was so popular on the Pearl 95 that the brand pushed to incorporate it into the Pearl 82, this time with the added benefit of direct access to a forepeak terrace. A king-sized bed looks ahead out the front facing glass, flanked by furnishings for seating and storage, a walk-in wardrobe plus a luxury en-suite.
Below deck are four further en-suite guest staterooms, two twins and two doubles, all as beautifully appointed as the master suite on the main deck, and all insulated from the engine room by the crew cabins.
Renowned British design house Kelly Hoppen Interiors has adapted the 3 exclusive Pearl Yachts styles, Indulgence, Luxury and Modern, to the new Pearl 82, complementing and accentuating the new model’s unique spaces.
The Pearl 82 offers 3 choices for the propulsion with twin MAN V12 engines ranging from 1650hp to 2000hpRegardless of the selection, the refined naval architecture ensures a smooth, efficient cruise and easy handling. The most powerful engines can carry the yacht up to 33 knots, while the other two reach 32 and 28 knots respectively.
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