Bugatti has joined forces with Palmer Johnson to launch a luxury yacht that carries a starting price of $2 million.

Bugatti has joined forces with Palmer Johnson to launch a luxury yacht that carries a starting price of $2 million.

While we are patiently waiting for Bugatti to finally show us the Chiron, the Molsheim-based company has worked on a luxury yacht. It's part of the Niniette series offered by Palmer Johnson, the world’s biggest motor yacht builder.

The carbon fiber sport yacht is going to be available in three configurations, ranging in sizes from 42 ft (12.8 meters) to 88 ft (26.8 meters). The smallest of the bunch will carry a starting price of $2 million and will be able to do 38 knots (around 70 km/h).

All three share a carbon fiber hull shaped after Palmer Johnson’s SuperSport series and with styling cues taken from various Bugatti models. The lavish yacht adopts a two-tone scheme and a falling shoulder line in the same vein as the Type 57 C Atalante. Bugatti says the yacht's proportions harken back to the company's Type 41 Royale model. You will also notice the accentuated waist line and the blue exposed carbon fiber that gives it a beautiful appearance. As for the deck, it combines brown bubinga, maple or naturally blue morta oak wood.

The mid-range version will be the model with a length of 63 ft (almost 20 meters) and a beam measuring 20.3 ft (6.2 meters). Known as the PJ63 Niniette, this one kicks off at around $3.25 million and offers luxurious accommodation for up to four guests and a crew cabin. At an additional cost, the luxury yacht can be optionally fitted with a hardtop.

Prospect buyers should know that each yacht will be built over the course of 12 months as per client’s requirements.

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Bugatti partners on $2M luxury yacht