ss

News: Espinosa 50m Luxury Yacht concept designed for Palmer Johnson

December 30, 2011 by ss
View large version of image: Espinosa 50m Luxury Yacht concept designed for Palmer Johnson

Exterior styling by Espinosa emphasizes the yacht’s length with strong, subtly curved longitudinal lines, and adds interest with innovative glass treatments. The airy “greenhouse” bridge has large operable sun roof panels above a raised observation lounge.

Palmer Johnson 50m luxury yacht´s interiors include 4 generous guest staterooms, plus a full-beam VIP suite. The spacious Owner’s suite is forward on the main deck and is isolated from public spaces by a large office/library. Salon, dining room and skylounge all show Espinosa’s renowned open, curvaceous layouts, with excellent circulation and intelligent use of space.

Technical Specifications of the 50m super yacht:

Length Overall 164 ft.
Beam Overall 31 ft.
Draft (half load) 10.2 ft.
Fuel 23,000 gal.
Top Speed 15 knots
Cruise Speed 14 knots

Add a Related Photo | Add a Related Video 


No Comments - Share Your Thoughts

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

More Espinosa 50m Luxury Yacht concept designed for Palmer Johnson Information:

  1. new 40m scale model
    Brian

    News: new 40m scale model

    August 1, 2018 by Brian

    1:60 scale model of the RMK built/Ron Holland designed 40m “Calliope”. This whole hull model measures 30″ long and moderately detailed with laser cut decking, cast fittings and chromed details. …


  2. Lexi
    Peter Jones

    News: Lexi

    April 20, 2018 by Peter Jones

    Mark Pescott designed this beauty for luxurious and fast cruising, which makes her popular for sunset cruises as well as for day trips. This catamaran is 11.5m and can manage …


  3. new Ocean Alexander 90' scale model
    Brian

    News: new Ocean Alexander 90′ scale model

    February 15, 2018 by Brian

    Here’s a model we’ve been keeping under wraps for a while… We completed this back in July 2017 (along with two smaller scale versions), but held off from showing it …