This New 150-Foot Superyacht Can Cruise Through Shallow Waters in Florida and the Bahamas With Ease

Photos: Vitruvius Yachts

The sleek Palm Beach Vitruvius was designed with stateside seafarers in mind.

After establishing a presence in the U.K. and France, VitruviusYachts has now set its sights on the U.S.

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The design agency, helmed by industry pioneer Philippe Briand, just unveiled a new superyacht geared toward the American market. The vessel was developed in partnership with Palm Beach brokerage firm Worth Avenue Yachts and has been fittingly christened the Palm Beach Vitruvius.

Designed to meet the needs of American clientele, the newcomer spans an impressive 151 feet but has an interior volume of just under 500 GT and a low shoal draft of less than seven feet (six feet, six inches, to be exact). As such, the yacht can navigate the shallow waters of Florida or the Bahamas with ease. Both destinations are frequented by stateside seafarers.

Palm Beach Vitruvius is capable of more than coastal cruising, though. The vessel can also carry out transoceanic voyages, with a range of more than 4,000 nautical miles.

The beach club and infinity pool.

On top of that, Palm Beach Vitruvius will look plenty elegant on the high seas. The cruiser showcases the streamlined hull that has become synonymous with Vitruvius. Briand, both a naval architect and yacht designer, has previously penned sailing yachts and thus knows a thing or two about creating a sleek silhouette.

The studio didn’t share any details regarding layout or amenities but acknowledges that comfort is paramount for a truly exceptional yachting experience. As per the renders, Palm Beach Vitruvius is packed with plush features, such as an expandable beach club with an infinity pool and a scenic sundeck with a Jacuzzi and bar. She also is equipped with a large sun pad and lounge on the foredeck and multiple alfresco lounge and dining areas on the aft decks.

It shouldn’t be too long before we see Palm Beach Vitruvius cruising the seas, either. “Designed by one of the world’s most well-known naval architects, it is more than a concept,” Kevin Ralph, a broker with Worth Avenue Yachts, said in a statement. “This fully engineered project is currently out to bid by three world-renowned yacht yards and will be ready to commence building shortly.”

If you’re interested in learning more about the project, Worth Avenue Yachts will be at the Palm Beach International Boat Showfrom March 21 to 24 and can give you more information.

The sleek exterior.
The aft decks.
The foredeck sun pad.
The upper deck dining area.
The sundeck Jacuzzi. 

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