At the recently held Biograd Boat Show, Croatian shipyard Pearlsea presented three vessels from their production. One of the stars of the 21st BBS was the Pearlsea 40, premiered at this nautical event.
During 2018 and 2019, in their production facility, they developed a closed model with a removable hardtop, thus creating an innovative ability to close the cockpit door and make two models in one – the Hard Top and Coupe versions.
The Pearlsea 40 is a continuation of the successful Pearlsea 31 model, which is also produced in both versions. Characteristics of the new 40 are her length of almost 12 meters and beam of just below 4 meters, which provides comfort on the lower deck.
On the other side is a spacious cockpit with a double helmsman’s seat, then a bench around the table that can be transformed into an extra bed. Gourmands will certainly appreciate the bar section, equipped with a fridge, a grill and a sink with hot and cold water.
The cockpit is enclosed by side windows that can be opened for airing, and with the electric removable top above which there are solar panels for additional charging of the batteries. The entire length of the hull contains tempered-glass windows with air vents, just like the most modern vessels of this range, providing enough light below the deck and a view of the sea from the berth.
The lower deck consists of two separate cabins, a spacious galley and a bathroom, separated from the toilet with a glass door. Excellent visibility from the skipper’s position indicates the attention the designer devoted to the lines and frames of the glass surfaces.
Foaming sea behind the stern and wind in your hair are just a part of the on-board experience that your Pearlsea 40 can give you while sailing.
- Length over all: 11.99 m
- Hull Length: 11.50 m
- Beam: 3.90m
- Light Displacement: 6,5 t
- Full Load displacement: 9.9 t
- Half Load displacement: 7.5 t
- Draft: 0.95 m
- Fuel tank: 1000 l
- Water tank: 340 l
- Cabins: 2
- Maximum number of people: 10
Photo: Biograd Boat Show