The Pearl 65’s middle name should be 'luxury'!
When one intertwines luxury, comfort, and performance, one gets luxury yachts. The UK-based shipyard with its initial launch in 1998 strives to make each yacht as unique as its owner by developing new styles and applying innovative technology. Since 2000, the headquarters of the company have been moved to Stratford-upon-Avon. After a bit more internal reorganization the company had finally struck gold in 2003 when their yacht, Pearl 55, blew away its competition at the Southampton Boat Show. Pearl yachts have developed an extensive dealership network and their boats are quite present in all major European countries. Today the name of this company represents the fastest growing boat builder from the UK and is usually equated with high class and astonishing performance. The new model Pearl 65 is for sale at the moment so let us dive into the Pearl 65 review to find out what type of boat it is.
Bill Dixon is responsible for the exterior lines and general geometry of the boat. A multitude of hull windows, as well as a striking superstructure glaze, which adorns the external part of the boat. Abreast, the Pearl 65 passageways have firm railings which stretch the entire length of the boat. A centrally placed flybridge helm enables the captain to have a great view of the entire boat. Two comfy seats are placed right next to the steering wheel which is ornate by complete full-colour screens which have a satnav system and colour radar. In a semi-circular position around the steering station is a sunbathing area which can accommodate up to three people for comfortable sunbathing excursions. To the rear of the control station is the flybridge lounge which houses a C-shaped couch dipped in dark brown tones, a designer table gives the final touch to this comfy lounge area. In between these two areas on the flybridge the designers managed to place a wet bar complete with a sink, cool box, fridge and an electrical barbecue.
Taking the stairs down from the flybridge one reaches the cockpit. The Pearl 65 price is warranted once one sees the cockpit with all the decorative elements. Next to the stairs is a small semi-circular couch with a low coffee table. Behind a sliding glass door is the galley which is richly furnished. On the right-hand side, right below the window is the kitchen area, with a plate stow and a washbasin. Opposite is a small couch and a double sided fridge, perfect for cooling drinks.
Further along is the main saloon which also has couches on both sides below the windows. The right-hand couch has a sliding LCD TV which goes inside the head section behind the couch. Both couches have small coffee tables in front of them; this area is great for relaxation and general chatting while the yacht is cruising through the waves. The helm station which is next to it sports a colour screen with navigation and radar.
Following the stairs below through the lower corridor, we come to the entrances of the cabins with starboard guest cabin to the right. It is a smaller cabin with two beds and an LCD TV, the window above the left-hand bed provides enough light during the day. From the corridor to the left is the port guest cabin which has a bunk bed and a storage compartment as well. The guest bathroom can also be reached from the corridor, which houses a shower, toilet, and washbasin in a very nicely put together space.
The VIP cabin is the heart of the below area where we have one double bed and sitting areas on both sides of the bed. There is a wardrobe cabinet and low drawer cabinets which offer ample space. Illumination of the room is perfect thanks to two windows on each side of the bed. Electric lighting is also done very professionally so light won’t be an issue. The VIP bathroom is quite similar to the guest one, offering all the necessities without lavish details, concise and to the point.
The master cabin is more spacious than the other cabins, housing a double bed, washing machine hidden behind a wooden compartment, and windows on both sides. To the right of the bed are the cabinets which offer a lot of storage space as well as a table which has a fold out mirror. The left side of the room is reserved for seating space and additional cabinets for storage. The master bathroom is also more spacious than the others on the ship. Beautiful marble details are implemented in the master shower, which create a luxurious feeling once the bathroom is entered.
Crew cabins are like in most yachts; free of additional unnecessary details, the two cabins have beds and one shared bathroom which contains a washbasin and a toilet bowl. These cabins can be reached via a hatch located on the cockpit.
This motor yacht can reach a speed of 30 knots thanks to 600 hp Cummins QSC8.3 engines and Zeus pod drives. Pearl Yachts offer an option of twin Volvo Penta IPS900s as well as Volvo Penta D3 straight shaft diesel engines; of course, the Pearl 65 price will be adjusted accordingly once the engines have been chosen. Cummins/Zeus joystick offers impeccable manoeuvring and general feel of stability.
The Pearl 65 review showcase all the details of this unique yacht. This yacht is not aiming for the highest possible class in the yachting world, however, it is well put together with luxurious and unique elements which will surely keep it on the short list of numerous customers. The Pearl 65 price places this yacht in the mid-range when it comes to yachts in general, but surely among the best in this class. Compared to other European or North American boats, the Pearl 65 can surely hold her own.
As stated earlier, the Pearl 65 is for sale and if you are looking for a unique, practical and luxurious yacht which also packs a punch in the performance department, look no further. Send us an email so you can know more on this luxurious Pearl!