$2.2 Million Bugatti Yacht is the Perfect Complement to Your Veyron
What do you get for the oligarch who has everything? He probably has a supercar or two, and if he’s been a particularly discerning despot, maybe even owns a Bugatti Veyron hypercar. If so, the ideal item for them could be the Bugatti Niniette performance yacht. The Bugatti Chiron hypercar is still months away, but while the One Percent awaits its arrival, they can power through the Mediterranean on the Niniette, a carbon fiber luxury vessel developed by Wisconsin-based Palmer Johnson. RELATED: Check out images of the new Bugatti Chiron caught testing
Niniette was the affectionate nickname of company founder Ettore Bugatti. There are three different hull designs available, at 42 feet, 63 feet, and 88 feet long. All hulls are made from lightweight, ultra-strong carbon fiber, and are said to be inspired by classics Bugatti cars such as the Type 41 Royale and iconic Type 57 C.
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According to Digital Trends, the yacht provides deck space for four, as well as a below-deck salon. There is also a built-in crew cabin, so you’ll never have to shuck your own oysters. That crew could also pilot the boat, which is said to top out at 38 knots (45 mph), though there’s no word on what the powerplant would be.
Want to hit the high seas in one of these boats? Be ready to fork over at least €2 million ($2.2 million). That’s the starting price of the 42-footer. The mid-level boat starts at €3.25 million ($3.5 million), while pricing for the the 88-foot boat has not yet been announced. But really- with any of these boats, if you have to ask, you can’t afford it!
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