This 45-knot masterpiece was described by Motor Boat & Yachting magazine as “an exceptionally well-crafted combination of style and pace with outstanding engineering and handling”. The 62 has all Pershing’s signature features: the surface drives, the tilting stern platform to launch the tender, the super-chic Poltrona Frau furnishings, and the disappearing glass partition that drops away into the floor between the saloon and aft deck to create a seamless indoor/outdoor living space.
The Pershing 62 is available with either two or three suites, beautifully styled in chic Pershing fashion. The three-suite version has two doubles and one twin, all with private en suite bathrooms, and the two-suite version has double suites fore and aft plus a lower deck dinette in place of the second guest suite. Both versions also have a full galley on the lower deck and an optional crew cabin at the stern, accessed from the cockpit.View Gallery
To make the most of the main deck living area, the 62 has Pershing's signature glass door and window separating the main saloon from the aft deck, which drops away into the floor at the touch of a button. This creates a wonderful seamless indoor-outdoor living space that extends all the way from the main helm right through to the transom.View Gallery
The 62 is one of the fastest models in the current Pershing range, with a sensational top speed of over 47 knots (54mph). So is she heavy on fuel? Not at all. When Motor Boat & Yachting tested the 62 they discovered that the fuel consumption was better at 40 knots (more miles per gallon) than at either 25 or 30 knots. So there is simply no point in throttling back, that's the beauty of these drives. The faster you go, the more efficient they become. A Pershing with surface drives just longs to be let loose.
|Length overall||62 ft 2 in / 18.94 m|
|Engines||MAN V12 1550|
|Engine HP||2 x 1550 hp|
|Max speed||47 knots|
|Range at cruising speed||280|
|Cabins (ex crew)||3|
|Berths (ex crew)||6|