The Palm Beach 70, the latest yacht launched by the Australian builder Palm Beach Motor Yachts, is debuting at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The 22.84 metre yacht follows the Palm Beach 65 and is now the flagship of the fleet.
Key features include a semi-displacement “warped” hull design that is specifically engineered to go through the water rather than “wasting energy” getting on top of it.
The Palm Beach 70 has a beam of 5.85 metres and a draft of 1.3 metres. Equipped with a pair of Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engines, it has a top speed of 38 knots and a cruise speed of 32 knots.
The interior layout includes a saloon fitted in golden teak and helm station forward. The spacious galley sits opposite, which is equipped with a U-shaped counter.
Accommodation is for a total of six guests in three cabins, including an amidships master to port equipped with a private head, double sinks and plenty of storage. The VIP staterooms features a queen bed while the remaining guest stateroom features twin berths.
Elsewhere, the Palm Beach 70 includes a bow cockpit and an open flying bridge for far reaching ocean views and open-air cruising.