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Feature: Palmer Johnson's Stunning NEW 150'!

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  1. Palmer Johnson’s building it!

    Designed by Nuvolari & Lenard, Palmer Johnsons' stunning new 150' Sport Yacht is slated to succeed the much acclaimed 120’ Cover Drive as Palmer Johnson’s star ship. Commissioned by a current PJ 120’ owner, the new 150’ turns up the excitement with a super-sleek raised pilothouse superyacht that has masterfully fused fashion and function.

    The chic new 150’ has some super-slick ideas too, like a flybridge that features a glass atrium roof panel that slides fore & aft. You can choose to cruise in sun or in shade! Other clever concealments include a custom swim platform with a self-deploying ladder and a hydraulically powered tender garage. James Bond… your new yacht is here!

    The 150’ will be constructed with an aluminum hull and a combination FRP/Aluminum superstructure to keep the weight down and the speed up. To ensure this, the new 150’ is powered by a pair of MTU 16V4000 DDEC marine diesels rated at 3,650 hp. These mega-plants will spin ZF 4-5 blade props @2100 rpm’s, located in tunnel pockets that are recessed into a fully planning hull. Although performance details aren’t available yet, its aerodynamically correct design should make this new yacht as fast as it looks.

    For further information, contact:

    Palmer Johnson Yachts
    1515 S.E. 17th Street, # 109
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
    http://www.palmerjohnson.com

    Specifications:

    LOA: 150’
    BEAM: 27’6”
    DRAFT: 5.8’ 1.77M
    FUEL CAP: 10,500 Gallons
    FRESH WATER: 1,500 Gallons
  2. Forward Quarter...
  3. Bow close up...
  4. The atrium sunroof in its retracted position...
  5. Aft Quarter...
  6. Stern Low Profile...
  7. Flybridge deck interior volume...
  8. Aerial Overhead Rendering...
  9. 3-Way View...
  10. Color variation...
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