Two iconic brands, Bugatti and Palmer Johnson, have combined their renowned experience into the new Bugatti Niniette 66. Inspired by the Bugatti Chiron supercar, the outcome of this fruitful partnership is a limited edition sports yacht.
Bugatti has been building some of the best renowned supercars and has developed a variety of products ranging from model cars and complete furniture collections, to high-end watches and motorcycles. Palmer Johnson has recently been developing a new series of fast day yachts. The partnership came easy to develop a yacht matching the design philosophy of Bugatti and Palmer Johnson.
The Bugatti lines with the highly recognizable C-shaped profile creates a very distinctive, modern and timeless look for this new sports yacht.
The two brands’ signatures can be found in accentuated centre line, perfect symmetry and a sweeping signature curve, as well as the choice of advanced materials like carbon and a revolutionary hull.
Niniette 66 is highly customisable, from construction materials and finished, and she is tailored meticulously to individual wishes. Well balanced polished modernism and sumptuous comfort are the main feature of the interior styling, which pays subtle tribute to Bugatti automotive background.
The advanced stabilised hull of the Bugatti Niniette 66 achieves a speed of 44knots, with efficiency and amazing comfort. Meanwhile, the slim hull provides higher speeds with lower input power and fuel burn. Side sponsons offer additional vessel beam and increased stability at rest.
According to Etienne Salome, the Design Director and Head of Interior Design at Bugatti, “This yacht was not designed to please a corporate brief. It was created for people in search of a very unique—a Bugatti—experience. Personally, I have always dreamed of designing this kind of yacht; a yacht for an audience that appreciate quality and luxury beyond a label or contemporary fashion.”