The American shipyard Palmer Johnson offers an excellent range of large size models. Their entire line of sports yachts follows distinctive creative parameters that make them easy to identify, at first sight. The Sturgeon Bay shipyard of Wisconsin, USA, introduced the 210-feet long (64 meters) PJ 210 superyachts, which captivates for its sportiness, elegance, and comfortable spaces. Read more about our selection of luxury yachts.
The identity of the Palmer Johnson 210´s design consists of three main lines. The upper line draws the curvature of the deck while the middle line contours the aggressive bow and the main level windows; the lower line describes the stern´s steep drop. These design features, along with skylight windows in the hull are the hallmarks that characterize a super-sport PJ, no matter where it might be.
The 31-feet wide (9.5 meters) PJ 210 boasts huge indoor spaces, divided into three levels with capacity for 12 passengers and up to 15 crew members. The first level has a double VIP cabin with en suite double bathroom, a desk or private office and a dressing room. There is also space for two double cabins with en suite bathrooms and two more cabins, also with their private bathrooms. The crew´s quarters are located in the ship´s bow.
The main level features an enormous living room and modular dining room, with a dramatic table for 14 guests. Also on the main level, we find the master stateroom with a dressing room, private parlor, double bathroom, and panoramic views on both sides. Moving towards the stern there is a spectacular semi-covered terrace, followed by a strategically located pool.
The third level of this colossal superyacht features a large front deck that can be used as a solarium or even a heliport. The command center is located at the stern, followed by a lounge with magnificent windows that let in the light and the views of the ocean.
The interior decor of the 210 PJ is truly impressive. It focuses on a Japanese-inspired esthetic, abundance of hardwoods and luxurious Asian inspired furnishings. The wallpaper is reminiscent of the screens used in traditional Japanese homes, and the textures and lighting evoke flowing water.
This floating marvel is powered by two 4 liter, 16 V MTU diesel engines capable of generating an incredible top speed of 28 knots. As a top model, the PJ 210 Sports Yacht demonstrates the highest potential of the Sturgeon Bay shipyard to build large vessels with excellent sports facilities, exquisite elegance, and superb amenities. ■