The magnificent 108 is the first ever Pershing to have triple engines, not simply for high speed – although she is impressively fast – but to provide a degree of economical versatility, with the option to engage one, two or three engines according to how fast and how far you want to go.
The huge expanse of space on the main deck is a trademark of every Pershing, thanks to the combination of a substantial main saloon and the 'vanishing' glass partition between saloon and aft deck which slides away to create one seamless, indoor-outdoor living area. The lower deck has a huge full-beam owner's suite, 2 or 3 guest suites, plus a large crew area for 4. Interior styling is about as cool as they come, with extensive options for the owner to customise to their own taste.View Gallery
108ft of Pershing style is bound to draw attention from the shore, whether she's at rest in harbour or accelerating out to sea at 40 knots. She' a beautiful sight to behold. And practical too, with acres of relaxing and socialising deck space as well as plenty of room for toys. The large garage at the stern is big enough for a tender, a jet ski and other gear, and there's more storage under the sunbed on the foredeck for 2 PWCs and an optional crane.View Gallery
Three engines give not only thrilling, high-speed performance, with a top speed of 42 knots (48mph) they also offer the versatility of running at up to 23 knots on just the 2 outer engines, or using just the centre engine on its own, for cruising longer distances. At 10 knots, she has a range of over 1000nm, and is remarkably quiet at around 69-75 dB.
|Length overall||109 ft 0 in / 33.23 m|
|Engines - std||MTU 12V 2000 M96L|
|Engine HP - std||3 x 2450 hp|
|Max speed - std||42 knots|
|Range at cruising speed - std||330 nm|
|Range at 10 knots||1050 nm|
|Cabins (ex crew)||3/4|
|Berths (ex crew)||6/8|