Last week on Superyacht Sunday we brought you one of the most interesting yachts currently on offer for charter by SuperYachtsMonaco, Chimera from Sunseeker. Today we present you with yet another great vessel currently on sale via the Monaco-based yacht brokers, Vitamin from the esteemed Palmer Johnson shipyard.
Vitamin hails from the infamous PJ120 series, and has been bestowed with the highest form of specification available in this line. Launched in 2009, she’s the seventh PJ120 hull, reflecting years of yacht perfection by Palmer Johnson. The overall length stands at 37.9 meters where both the hull and superstructure are created from aluminum. The two deck layout can accommodate 8 guests in four cabins comprising of the master suite, VIP room and two twin cabins.
Nuvolari & Lenard was responsible for both the exterior and interior design which has been specced to the highest possible level within the PJ120 series. Entertainment is featured throughout the yacht as seen in the main saloon and the sky lounge, there are sunbeds located on the bridge deck to facilitate sunbathing and relaxation. Even more, Vitamin is the only PJ120 yacht fitted with TRAC Zero Speed Stabilisers.
Palmer Johnson is one of the lucky yacht builders who have managed to secure partnerships with high profiled car makers, making their portfolio one of the most dynamic in the market. Allow me to take you back in time to December last year when Bugatti announced Palmer Johnson as their newest Lifestyle partner, and by doing so, they launched the Bugatti Niniette yacht line.
Moving on, Vitamin is powered by two MTU engines rated at 2750 hp each, this allows her to achieve a maximum speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 21 knots. Additionally, Vitamin has a range of 800 nautical miles while cruising at 18 knots.
Vitamin is currently on sale at a price of €6,900,000 or $7.68 million via SuperYachtsMonaco. A five year survey was completed last year and she also had a light refit in 2014 which included interior and furniture overhaul as well as an upgrade of the mechanical systems. She’s available for viewing at Cap d’Ail, France.