Stallion, a 92-foot Pershing 9X with a four-stateroom layout and a 42-knot top hop, is currently listed with Denison Yachting for $8.75 million. The 2022 build has accommodations for eight guests, plus three crew, and it comes with a transferrable engine warranty until 2027.
Teak stairs flanking Stallion’s swim platform lead up to the cockpit, which is outfitted with a lounge pad aft. Forward is an L-shaped settee facing aft and a table. Add two loose chairs and there’s room to accommodate eight for dinner under the stars.
Sliding glass doors tuck away to form a wide-open main deck with unimpeded sightlines from the cockpit to the helm station forward. The salon’s U-shaped sofa is to starboard. There is seating for about six guests. A wet bar and three loose stools are positioned forward and to port, just abaft the three helm seats on centerline.
Stairs in the cockpit lead up to the 92-footer’s open and low-profile flybridge where guests can enjoy relaxing on the three-person sun pad just abaft the three-seat upper helm station. Aft, a six-person C-shaped settee and two fixed folding tables provide additional seating and a great spot for alfresco dining. Simply close the stairway doors for more privacy.
Stallion’s four staterooms all reside belowdecks with an amidships, full-beam owners’ stateroom with en suite head and his-and-hers vanities, separated by a glass enclosed shower. There’s a forepeak VIP stateroom with a double berth with en suite head, and two additional guest staterooms are to port and starboard and forward of the master stateroom amidships–each with an en suite head and two single berths.
The galley on this 92-footer is also belowdecks–aft near the crew quarters. Miele appliances include an oven, a four-burner electric cooktop, a microwave, a freezer and a full-size refrigerator. It also has a sink and a dishwasher.
The foredeck is the final entertainment space onboard Stallion. It features a three-person sun pad, a forward-facing four-person bench seat and an aft-facing four-person C-shaped settee.
Twin 2,638 hp MTU M96L diesels combine to produce more than 5,200 hp, providing an impressive 42-knot top hop and a sporty cruise speed of 35 knots. The engines recently underwent 500-hour servicing.
Other notable features onboard this Pershing 9X include a tender garage with space for a Williams Sportjet 345 tender and a PWC, two Seakeeper 9 gyrostabilizers, two 28 kW Kohler generators, Xenta Joystick/Steering System, Chiller A/C System, a washer and dryer and two waterproof cameras interfaced with the helm station.
From the Yachting Archive: Pershing 9X Review
“They are 40-plus-knot performance delivered with rooster-tail ostentation. They’re for blasting over to the best spot for lunch ahead of the pack. For going a bit farther, faster, to reach the best diving. For being the last yacht to leave the bay on a Sunday evening and still getting back to the dock first.
And the Italian builder’s 9x is pure Pershing. A pair of 2,638 hp 16V 2000 M96L MTUs hooked up to Top System surface drives deliver massive punch and a plume that can top 30 feet.” – Yachting, August 2018
Where is Stallion located? The yacht is currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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- Length Overall: 92’
- Maximum Beam: 20’5”
- Fuel Capacity: 2,378 Gal.
- Draft: 5’5”