The ultra modern design of Pershing 64 evokes associations with ‘Star Wars’. This ‘space ship’ looks alien and far from being peaceful. Pershing 64 is considered to be a ‘direct heir’ of its previous 62-feet model. It has surpassed its ancestor in various aspects but you can still trace familiar similarities. Pershing 64 has got a futuristic look however what really distinguishes it among the rest of the boats in the shipyard is the uninterrupted bulkhead glazing which emphasizes the carnivorous profile. By the way, this is rather a rare designer idea from the technical point of view. But how light does it make the profile look like and how much natural light does it let in! The saloon is the centre of life on any boat. Therefore Pershing 64 has thoroughly thought it over. Its exclusive sliding glass wall divides the upper deck into 2 almost equal parts separating the saloon under the hard top and the huge stern cockpit which size reminds of a large terrace. When needed the door completely ‘disappears’ in the floor. If it is shut tightly and the air conditioner is on, you get 2 different zones. One can be used to watch TV or have a conversation, while the outside zone is perfect for swimming and noisier activities with splashing water and merry dives from the platform. Pershing 64 is equipped with the hard top of the last generation manufactured at the shipyard. This hard roof is not only capable of moving out by only one touch but it also provides a nice shade in the cockpit when placed under the right angle. Such space management provides excellent opportunities to the owner and makes this boat class suitable for disparate climate conditions, ranging from the Mediterranean and tropics to countries with colder weather patterns. There is a huge dock under the cockpit’s sundeck where a 3.25 meter tender or a jet ski can be hidden. All these ‘movable’ equipment can be lifted down to the water with the help of the telescopic ramp which acts as a crane as the same time. The cockpit also features an easy access for a crew. Another interesting feature of this 20-meter boat is the incredibly wide sidewalks which lead from the cockpit to the swimming platform. The steering point at the right side inside the saloon is dubbed to be ‘a diamond in the crown’. The two posh leather arm chairs have been designed by the Poltrona Frau Company exclusively for the Pershing 64 model. It is not just furniture, it is a miracle of ergonomics. This is exactly the reason why Pershing collaborates with Poltrona Frau – everything must be suitable for long sea cruises regardless how long a trip might be or which waters are sailed. Pershing 64 has reduced the armrest of the captain’s chair to make sure there is enough room for steering or reclining. There is also a system of pillow pumping to make a tired back comfortable, especially during longer travels. The galley is hidden between the decks to make sure there is enough room inside the saloon for talks and rest. However, whoever has to cook in the kitchen will not be forsaken, one can freely keep up a conversation with those in the saloon. Normally galleys tend to be isolated on larger boats to reduce communication between a crew and an owner and their guests to a minimum. Pershing 64 boats do not imply a big crew onboard, just a skipper. Therefore the responsibilities of a cook are normally borne by any of the guests. The designers did their best to make sure the one in the kitchen is not excluded from the conversations between the guests while observing their ‘kitchen duties’. Such placement of the galley is also playing in favour of the sizes of the lower deck cabins. The master bedroom on Pershing 64 will be much appreciated by women since there is a very long make-up table and an incredibly spacious wardrobe. In addition there are 2 washrooms. For your pleasure and entertainment there is a TV, a mini-bar and a small lounge area. The well planned layout and the use of the hull’s width allowed a huge double bed right in the middle which can be approached from 3 sides. Live light still plays an important role on the lower deck as well. The most conspicuous decorative details on the lower deck are the full size panoramic windows which almost reach the waterline. Finishing materials include light shades of oak, a choice of fabric or leather is offered as well. One of the guest cabins comes with 2 twin beds, it is located along the right side. The second cabin, VIP one, features a double bed and occupies the bow part of the yacht. By the way, the sizes of the guest wardrobes are on a par with the master ones of the 60-feet boats. Each cabin is equipped with its own washroom without a doubt. The Pershing shipyard being a party of the Ferretti Group is often used as a ‘playground’ for most daring and brash ideas which will be realized on other boats one day. It feels good to own something today which can be owned by others only tomorrow, isn’t it?