Bugatti, our favorite creator fast cars and stylish villas has teamed up with Palmer Johnson to launch a line of sports yachts. Palmer Johnson is already well known for their fast and luxurious yachts, so this collaboration was almost a no-brainer.
The new line of yachts will feature design elements borrowed from Bugatti especially cars like the Type 57 C Atalante as well as the Type 41 Royale. The yachts will be Bugatti imbued versions of Palmer Johnson’s SuperSport series and materials like carbon fiber and titanium will go into their creation. The deck will be made of materials like brown bubinga, maple or naturally blue morta oak wood. These boats are made for speed, reaching a top speed of 38 knots (which is around 70 km/h).
Called Niniette, the series will include three models from 42 to 88 feet in length. The brands have released specifications for the middle sized model: the PJ63 Niniette. The 63 foot long yacht will feature a 63 sq. m salon on deck, a 43 sq. m salon below deck, luxurious accommodation for up to 4 guests and a crew cabin. Bugatti will also customize the interior to suit the requirements of the buyer. Each model will take about 12 months to build.
The price tags are not unexpected considering the brand value of these luxe yachts. The smallest model the PJ42 Niniette will be priced at €2 million, that’s about US$2.172 million while the PJ63 Niniette costs €3.25 million which amounts to US$3.53 million.
[ Via : Bugatti ]