Boating enthusiasts can now own the prestigious flagship Pearl 60 or newly launched Pearl 50 for the price of a “normal” motor yacht making these luxury vessels available to a far wider audience, whilst also providing the perfect business investment for those looking to charter.

These intelligently designed motor yachts are renowned for their spacious layout, luxurious finish and innovative features of which many are still inherent of the scaled down charter specification. Both yachts also offer more room than any other in their respective classes with the Pearl 60 providing four double guest cabins and the Pearl 50 three, all en-suite. The multi-stateroom design of both yachts also positions the master and VIP staterooms at opposite ends of the yacht, affording complete privacy for all onboard.

New charter specifications from Pearl Motor Yachts
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Pearl 50

Externally, both yachts offer large seating and sunbathing areas, an all-weather aft deck sunroof system, electrically operated patio door and a large hydraulic bathing platform that allows for tender or jet ski storage. Both yachts also feature a drinks fridge and barbecue for outdoor entertaining.

Performance and handling are also a hallmark of the Pearl brand. Powered by twin Volvo engines ranging from 500-575 hp the Pearl 50 has a comfortable cruising speed of 26 knots and a top speed of 32 knots while the Pearl 60 is equipped with twin Volvo D12 775 hp engines offering similar performance.

The new charter specification will retail at 1,618,849 USD for the Pearl 60 and 1,016,389 USD for the Pearl 50, a ten percent saving on the Mediterranean specification list price.

Managing Director Iain Smallridge commented: “We wanted to make our yachts available to the wider market and the charter specification makes this possible, you can now effectively tailor both the price and the specification of your yacht to meet your requirements.”

New charter specifications from Pearl Motor Yachts
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Pearl 60

Pearl’s charter clients have also found that just six weeks charter a year can cover the running costs including mooring fees, insurance and guardianage costs.


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