The Bugatti Niniette 66 - a supersport yacht to match a supersport car

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207 years of heritage 

Palmer Johnson’s history of building the world’s most innovative yachts has been combined with Bugatti’s signature engineering traits such as the accentuated centre line, perfect symmetry and a sweeping signature curve.  PJ traits such as using advanced materials like carbon and a revolutionary hull have been incorporated seamlessly into this yacht design that is quite simply like no other.


PALMER JOHNSON HERITAGE

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Pioneering the use of aluminium in their sailing yachts which won every major race; building a yacht in 1979 that was the fastest in the world for over a decade; followed by carbon fibre in the new SuperSport series; pushing the boundaries of design and technology has always been a PJ hallmark. The Niniette is the latest expression of PJ’s forward thinking design ethos together with its uncompromised respect of artistry and craftsmanship.


BUGATTI HERITAGE

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From winning the very first Monte Carlo Grand Prix in 1924, to having the record for the world’s fastest car today, innovation has always been a core value of Bugatti. However few people know, Bugatti was once a boat builder too. Commissioned to create a one-of-a kind speedboat in 1930 by Prince Carlo Maurizio Ruspoldi, founder Ettore Bugatti named this low on the water beauty the Niniette – the family pet name of his youngest daughter Lidia.  


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