British brand Pearl promises to reset the bar for 70-something flybridge cruisers with this all-new 72ft model.
Filling the gap between its smallest model, the Pearl 62, and her bigger sisters, the Pearl 80 and 95 RPH, the all-new Pearl 72 includes several USPs.
For instance, it should have one of the lightest and brightest main saloons in its class and a main-deck master cabin with “wraparound views”, the sort of grand space normally seen on bigger models.
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