Pearl 50 to debut Palma International Boat Show

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Pearl Motor Yachts will be exhibiting its latest model, the Pearl 50, for the very first time at this year’s show. The ultimate luxury flybridge cruiser will be making its debut on stand P11/P12 alongside the stunning flagship Pearl 60.

The Pearl range has become renowned for it spacious layout offering more accommodation than any of its competitors. The remarkable combination of a full-length flybridge and multi-stateroom design positions the master and VIP staterooms at opposite ends of the yacht, affording all guests maximum privacy whilst onboard.

Pearl 50 to debut Palma International Boat Show

Owners of the Pearl 50 have the choice of a dining area opposite the galley or a third full size twin cabin complete with en-suite, whilst Pearl 60 owners have the option of specifying a crew cabin to produce a possible five cabin layout. In addition the Pearl 60 offers open plan or separated saloon/galley options.

Real wood finishes, sprung mattresses and external open-cell foam upholstery are just a handful of features included in the hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of intelligent features fitted as standard on each yacht.

Powered by twin Volvo engines ranging from 500-575hp, the Pearl 50 has a comfortable cruising speed of 26 knots and a top speed of 32 knots. The Pearl 60 is equipped with twin Volvo D12 775hp engines offering similar performance.

Externally, Pearl’s commitment to intelligent design is also evident, from the hydraulically operated bathing platform and aft deck sunroof system to the electrically operated patio door and concealed hydraulic passarelle.

Pearl 50 to debut Palma International Boat Show

As one of the first boat builders in the UK to move to vacuum infusion to produce its hulls, Pearl’s yachts are also significantly kinder to the environment as, unlike traditional manufacturing techniques, the process does not produce styrene fumes. It also ensures even lamination, making the boat stronger and requiring less resin than a traditional lay-up, resulting in a lighter, faster and more fuel-efficient boat.


Length: 49 ft. & 3 in.
Beam: 14 ft. & 6 in.
Draft: 4 ft. & 7 in.
Fuel capacity: 440 gal
Water capacity: 110 gal
Berth: 4/6
Engines: 2xVolvo D9 500hp
Max Speed: 30 Knots
Cruising Speed: 24 Knots

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