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Bugatti Niniette 66 Yacht designed by Palmer Johnson

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The Niniette 66 yacht, luxurious comfort are balanced in perfect harmony designed by Palmer Johnson’s and Bugatti. Using of advanced materials like Carbon composite combined with all-alumunium body’s and modernism to create a next generation sports yacht.

Powered by Man V8 (maximal upgrades) with engine controls: Joystick control gets maximal output 1200 horsepower, predicted top speed of 48 knots or about 55 mph  with efficiency and amazing comfort. As you would expect  the super slim hull provides higher speeds with lower input power and fuel burn. With the cruising time conform fuel capacity 3,000 litres.

Some places are memorable, the beauty of its interior resides in the sustained harmony of opposites – soft leather against polished metal. The interior lounge, retaining a luxury in a mixture of precious materials. Master suite crafted in luxurious materials of leather, nubuck, polished metal and carbon. Signature Bugatti horseshoe shaped salon with heritage automotive traits, including the macaron skylight. Guest bathroom with marble accents and luxurious accessories. Galley kitchen including a sink, fridge/freezer, microwave and storage.

The Bugatti Niniette only produced around 66 units. With price is only given on customers request.

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Tags: #Bugatti #Man V8 #Palmer Johnson

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