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Summer 2007

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Palmer Johnson PJ150

Palmer Johnson Yachts, from the U.S. will present the yard's new PJ150 model at the forthcoming boat shows in Cannes and Monaco. The 135' Sport Yacht, as it will be called, is an evolution of the 120' designed, as in the past, with Nuvolari & Lenard. The new model has a sporty futuristic look about it built with two decks plus a wheel house and sun deck. The lower deck is subdivided into three distinct compartments as follows: At the bows, the crew's quarters are to be found with four cabins and as many bathrooms. Moving toward the stern, there is a technical area inclusive of a service room, a large galley, the crew's mess room and another single berth cabin. At mid ships, the yacht hosts the guests' sleeping area where two cabins with en suite bathrooms with separate beds join two other Vip generously spaced cabins. The owner's master cabin, instead, is on the main deck and occupies the greater part of the bows with its king size bed, walk in wardrobe, en suite bathroom and study. Towards the stern, there's the dining area and main saloon which has two sofas, a coffee table and a bar zone. On this deck's outer space, there's a cockpit, as tradition would have it, on different levels with a circular dining table, a bar area, a sofa and a sunbathing area. On each side of the deck, along the walkway, there are sections of the yacht's sides that down fold into a terrace over the sea. The modern fully equipped wheel house is on the half deck above while a sun deck further up offers more outdoor comforts such as another saloon and dining area as well as a sunbathing zone.

For further information please contact: Palmer Johnson Yachts; 128 Kentucky Street; Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, Wisconsin (USA); tel. 920 7466342; web site; e-mail

L.O.A.: 45.70 m
Beam: 8.40 m
Draught: 1.77 m
Fuel Capacity: 40,000 litres
Water Capacity: 5,700 litres
Engine: 2x3,650 HP MTU 16V4000 DDEC M90
Built in: aluminium and FRP reinforcements
Class: Lloyds Register Malta Cross 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 MCH-MCA.