The Palladium Superyacht by Blohm+Voss

Blohm+Voss, a German shipyard, has had some impressive builds over the years including our feature today – the Palladium. It’s a 96 metre superyacht built in 2010 and has starred in various boat shows ever since. The Palladium was largely praised for its extraordinary design gaining international attention as the new species of modern yachts.

The Palladium Superyacht by Blohm+Voss

Blohm+Voss commissioned UK based Michael Leach Design to do the exterior and interior design work. It features organic design lines that reflect smoothness in and out and they even avoided the use of visible hinges on the shell doors and bulwark hatches. The tender garage doors are divided into three sections. The most intriguing feature however is the ability of the bridge wings to swing a full 90-degree arc when required.

Inside the Palladium, you find a sumptuous profile that describes every bit of modern interior design. Spacious cabins, a sundeck that is large enough to host a rock band and a self-indulgent galley. Needless say, these photos speak louder than mere words!

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