Bugatti, maker of the world’s fastest car is all set to conquer the seas with its new product. The supercar brand has joined hands with Superyacht builders Palmer Johnson to unveil a new line of open carbon fiber sport yachts. Announced at the 2014 Qatar International Boat Show last year, the series will be featuring three luxury boats ranging from 42 to 88 feet in length. Named Niniette, the yachts drawing inspiration from the design of Bugatti’s iconic cars will come with a staggering price tag starting at $2.2 million. The name “Niniette” was selected as it was the nickname of Lidia Bugatti, daughter of company founder Ettore Bugatti.
Based on Palmer Johnson’s SuperSport Series, the new boats will sport an iconic dual-tone colour scheme along with lightweight titanium and exposed carbon fiber, all trademark elements from Buggati. Also, the super car owners will feel familiar with brown bubinga, maple or naturally blue morta oak wood at the deck.
The smallest model is the PJ42 Niniette which is 13 meters long and the largest is PJ88 Niniette measuring 27 meters. The central model is the 19 meters PJ63 Niniette which features a 63m2 salon on the deck and a 43m2 salon below deck. It will come with a dedicated crew cabin and can accommodate up to 4 guests. The PJ63 can reach a top speed of 38 knots and will come with a price tag of €3.25 million. Each model will have a production time of 12 months.
Buggati will also introduce its Chiron supercar next year.