With the Pershing 6X, you can get a taste of the Generation X Range.

The Pershing 6X really shows the yard’s predatory spirit by picking up where the Pershing 62 left off in a pretty smooth way. She is part of its Generation X line of sleek, bold, high-performance sports yachts. She is silver, but she also comes in other colors. The Pershing 6X made its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021. It was made for speed and has a tight, agile exterior. She has the same look as other Generation X models because her parent company, Ferretti Group, worked with the Product Strategy Committee led by Piero Ferrari, the design firm led by Fulvio De Simoni, and the Group’s engineering department. She is 18.9 meters long and 4.8 meters wide. She is a unique, small yacht that combines the Group’s most advanced technologies.

Her sharp, aerodynamic profile is enhanced by the glassed surfaces and larger, reshaped hull windows that let natural light into the lower spaces. In line with how Pershing has been designed over the past few years, the new look streamlines her design and makes it easier to use on board. The Pershing’s 6X side wings have been built into the superstructure to make cruising even more comfortable. This is in addition to the new look of the large sun pad in the back and the carbon and teak table in the cockpit dining area. The helm station has also been improved by adding a dashboard with two 19-inch monitors, carbon fiber control panels, and an electro-hydraulic steering system. At the same time, the salon has new soft seats, like a chaise longue with a backrest that can be leaned back. A big sunroof over the helm station can be opened to let you take in the scenery while you’re cruising. The salon has front windows that can be opened and a sliding glass sunroof. On the lower deck, bigger rectangular portholes let in more air and light.

There are two beautiful layout options, and in both of them, the galley is by the walkway on the port side. In her three-cabin layout, the owner’s suite is in the middle, the VIP’s suite is up front, and the guest room on the starboard side has two beds and access to the day head. Another version for the US market has a living room instead of an extra guest cabin and the owner’s cabin and VIP cabin. The crew cabin can be reached from the back of the main deck. It has a single bed and a bathroom. The Pershing 6X has two MAN V12 1550 hp engines that give it a top speed of 48 knots. This means it can easily cut through the water.