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Palmer Johnson Unveils New Superyacht

by Mike Godfrey, for LawAndTax-News.com, Washington

13 April 2009


Palmer Johnson, one of the world's leading builders of luxury high performance yachts, has unveiled the design details of their new 82m Ice Class superyachts.

The new yachts will combine luxury with high performance by using new Rolls Royce design features to ensure the latest in technology and endurance.

One of the main features - the Diesel-Electric Azipull Propulsion hull - will also allow the superyachts to increase their performance levels whilst lowering overall running costs.

Vibration reduction, lower noise levels and greater control and manoeuvrability are all additional elements factored into the design of the new yachts.

According to Palmer Johnson, the vessels - which can carry a maximum crew of 27 - will be able to travel at around 13 knots on their main engines, or 6 knots on the auxiliary generator.

All yachts in the range will also encompass increased security features, with options such as forward scanning sonar, thermal imaging, water cannons, acoustic shield and CCTV all available.


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