Palmer Johnson Yachts has announced the launch of its new PJ63 Sport yacht, designed by the shipyard to take the trend of smaller open yachts to a new level of luxury.
The PJ83 Sport is “an open sport yacht that sets new standards in design, performance and comfort”, according to Palmer Johnson. Measuring in at 19.4m, and with advanced carbon composite hull technology, she is able to reach top speeds of 36 knots.
Berkeley March, head of design at Palmer Johnson said, “The concept of the PJ63 Sport was to create a jewel in the water. Bringing the know-how and quality of our larger yachts into something that was more accessible to people, giving them the opportunity of owning a Palmer Johnson.”
The yacht builder describes the yacht as offering “a beautiful design, where sleek lines and curved surfaces flow uninterrupted from stern to bow. A strong sweeping shoulder gives an aggressive, yet sensuous look”.
The PJ83 offers an optional hardtop, allowing the cockpit to be shaded when required. Below deck she has spacious accommodation for up to four guests and one crew member.
She has a super slim main hull, powered by a Volvo IPS pod drive system, a joystick and DPS option allowing her to reach higher speeds with lower input power and fuel burn.
The yacht is available for the asking price of $2.75 million.
For more information, visit Palmer Johnson Yachts.