The latest Palmer Johnson superyacht, a 48m SuperSport vessel in a distinctive gold and black, makes a tug-assisted journey toward the Michigan Street Bridge in Sturgeon Bay the morning of July 22, 2014. The luxury yacht looks like it is a spaceship, but it’s actually innovative wave-piercing monohull design, which allows for a top speed of 32 knots (50 percent more fuel-efficient than any other yacht).
This largest carbon-composite superyacht ever built also has enough room for 12 passengers and nine crew across its three decks. Her hull design also supports an impressive 11 metre beam, which allows for enhanced stability and 30 per cent more interior living space than previous builds, while offering open views through the side haunches. In addition, there are 6 metre single side glass panels in salon, and two garages carrying a 7 metre tender and three jet skis.
The Golden 48m SuperSport is futuristic, sporty and sleek superyacht that is truly beautiful from every angle.