Superyacht DB9 is a showstopper with sweeping curves and striking metallic champagne exterior. The 171’8″ yacht was built and launched by builder Palmer Johnson. The vessel sleeps up to 12 guests in five staterooms and has accommodations for 11 crew in five cabins.
Her interior features timeless styling by Nuvolari and Lenard. Highlights include a full-beam owner’s suite, three separate pool areas, an open-air cinema, zero speed stabilizers and speeds to 30kts.
Interior design details include a circular glass-topped dining table for 10 guests with three buffet cabinets and tray ceilings for the ultimate experience. Past this dining area, you’ll be met with a vaulted ceiling that houses an art deco-inspired three-tiered crystal chandelier – the ultimate statement-maker centerpiece.
This megayacht encourages the outdoor lifestyle with direct access to the water through the aft deck. The teak-clad swim-platform has a hidden pop-up passarelle that allows boarding from aft or the starboard side dock and can also be used as a diving platform when at anchor. In addition, there are three swimming pools onboard: a 25-foot foredeck pool, a transom aft-facing infinity-edge jacuzzi pool and hot tub on the flybridge.
You’ll also notice a few different outdoor dining and lounging areas. The teak-covered foredeck features a U-shaped seating/lounging area aft of the pool and flanked by teak loungers and parasols – perfect for entertaining. On the sundeck, the lounge area is adorned with black furniture and oversized parasols. You can also host an extravagant movie night with the open-air cinema.
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