The Mondolfo-based shipyard Pershing Generation X, a variety of models targeted on design, performance, technology, and use of ultra-lightweight stuffs, is lead by the Pershing 7X. 21.54 meters long with a beam of 5.32 meters, it was made in the partnership between the Ferretti Group product and Fulvio De Simoni design studio, and the Group Engineering Department.
The ultralight perching 7X makes use of carbon fiber and rises lightness via the furnishings, furniture stuffs, and the use of lightweight alloys, and the installation of lithium batteries rather than the very old ones. The first unit introduces a fresh color for the hull and superstructure: Alusilver, a custom variant of gray reminiscent of the famous metals. Also new is the matt black featured on some areas, such as air vents, navigation instrumentation and aft moldings.
The sporty exterior areas stand out in both functional and visual terms. The aft central garage can fit a Willians 345 sportjet tender. Up top, a sun deck can sit up to 4 people, while the forward place is fitted with a big seat. The cockpit is furnished with an L-shaped sofa with table, protected by the end area of the superstructure. The units to the side home a sink and, upon request, a grill and ice maker or refrigerator. The crew place and engine room can also be accessed from here. The forward place has a chaise lounge facing the place and a big sun deck which conceals a big peak of the same size underneath.
The key deck boasts a 360 view of the sea thanks to the big side window and glass roof which, combine with the completely retractable glass door leading to the lounge, offer visual continuity between the outdoor and indoor places. In the starboard helm station, on the left, there is a big L-shaped sofa surrounding a table that can be spread to accommodate up to 8 diners.