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Debuting Now: The Pearl 62

The Pearl Yachts 62 is the entry model in the builder’s flybridge series.

Updated:

March 20, 2020
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Bill Dixon penned the Pearl 62’s lines. Note the extended flybridge overhang. Courtesy Pearl Yachts

The Pearl Yachts 62 is the entry-level yacht in the builder’s flybridge series, which also includes an 80- and 95-footer. The 62’s exterior design is by Bill Dixon, with interiors by Kelly Hoppen.

There is a four-stateroom, three-head layout with three heads. The 62’s master stateroom has a private entrance to starboard off the salon and is full-beam with an aft-facing berth. There is an en suite head with separate shower stall. Flanking the berth is a vanity to port and a two-seat breakfast nook to starboard. Hullside windows let in natural light and work in concert with the lighting and light-tone fabrics to keep the stateroom feeling open and airy.

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The master stateroom is full-beam and has private access from the salon. Courtesy Pearl Yachts

There are three guest staterooms, starting with a forepeak VIP with en suite head and step-up berth. Abaft the VIP to port and starboard are two twin-berth guest staterooms that convert to doubles. The portside guest stateroom has direct access to the third head, which is also accessed via the companionway. Like the master stateroom, all guest staterooms benefit from light coming in via hullside windows.

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There is an option for a crew cabin aft, but most U.S. owners will likely use this space for PWC stowage.

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There are three Volvo Penta IPS power options, ranging from 725 hp diesels to twin 900 hp diesels. Courtesy Pearl Yachts

The Kelley Hoppen-designed interior offers owners four themes: Modern, Studio, Taupe and Luxury. Owners can choose from a selection of materials to personalize their yacht’s interior, including items such as suede and Calacatta marble.

The galley, equipped with Miele appliances, is positioned aft in the salon to easily service guests in the cockpit and in the salon. Across from the galley is a breakfast nook with a table and two chairs. There is U-shaped seating forward and to port, and a settee and helm console to starboard.

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PWC stowage can also be used as a crew cabin. A hydraulic swim platform is optional. Courtesy Pearl Yachts

Nearly 360 degrees of glass provides unobstructed sightlines from the lower helm, which has two seats. The 62’s power options are Volvo Penta IPS diesels, ranging in horsepower from 725 hp to 900 hp apiece (IPS950s, IPS1050s or IPS1200s).

Al fresco spaces include the cockpit’s U-shaped seating and dining table, a foredeck lounge with sun pads for four or more guests. The sun pads can also be shaded with an awning and four carbon fiber poles.

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The galley aft lets the chef easily serve guests inside and outside. Courtesy Pearl Yachts

The flybridge has an extended deck aft with L-shaped lounges to port and starboard, U-shaped seating and dining table amidships to port. A sun pad is forward with the helm console to starboard. Abaft the helm is a grill and a wet bar.

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Some notable options for the Pearl 62 includes a Seakeeper gyrostabilizer, hardtop with sunroof, hydraulic some platform and side boarding door, to name a few.

For more information, visit: pearlyachts.com

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There is a foredeck lounge and sun pad with flip-up backrests. Courtesy Pearl Yachts

Quick Specs:

  • Length Overall: 61’
  • Maximum Beam: 17’4”
  • Draft: 3’3”
  • Fuel Capacity: 762 Gal.
  • Freshwater Capacity: 211 Gal.
  • Power: 2/ Volvo Penta IPS950 (725 hp), IPS1050 (800 hp) or IPS1200 (900 hp) diesels
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