Further $1M price cut on Palmer Johnson yacht Oneness
by Malcolm MacLean
Oneness was built in aluminium by the famed US superyacht yard Palmer Johnson to a design by Nuvolari Lenard and launched in 2009 as one of the yard’s PJ 150 sports style yachts. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five staterooms plus quarters for eight crew. The full-beam master stateroom is located on the main deck forward and includes a lobby with a walk-in wardrobe, a king-sized bed with a study area to starboard and a seating area to port.
Below deck, guest accommodation includes a VIP cabin with a saloon area. This area can be isolated and turned into a separate cabin with its own en-suite bathroom. Two further double cabins can be turned into twin cabins at the push of a button and all staterooms have en suite facilities.
Oneness was designed for guests to enjoy the life outdoors. With a panoramic view, the flybridge boasts a Jacuzzi with sun loungers, a dining area and a large seating area in the shade with a pop up flat screen television.
Powered by twin 3,650hp MTU engines, Oneness is down to $18.5 million.