DB9 is a semi-custom motor yacht launched in 2010 by Palmer Johnson Yachts and most recently refitted in 2020.
Palmer Johnson has emerged from modest beginnings in 1918 as a builder of wooden fishing boats to become a world leader in the construction of luxury high-performance superyachts.
DB9 measures 52.40 metres in length, with a max draft of 1.60 feet and a beam of 8.70 feet. She has a gross tonnage of 495 tonnes.
DB9 has an aluminium hull with an aluminium superstructure.Her exterior design and interior design is by Nuvolari & Lenard.
It is not necessary to live, it is necessary to sail; This is the firm belief of Italian design company Nuvolari & Lenard. No stranger to high-profile yacht design, the studio has stamped its distinctive style on a number of the ocean’s biggest and brightest.
DB9 is a semi-custom PJ 170 model.
The PJ 170 Sports Yacht semi-custom series presents a line of 52.2 metre motor yachts that demand attention with their combination of strong, substantial lines and sleek sophistication. Nuvolari & Lenard are responsible for the interior design and spacious layout created to make the owner's experience even more comfortable and luxurious.
Other yachts based on this PJ 170 semi-custom model include: Bliss, Sanam.
Performance and Capabilities
DB9 has a top speed of 30.00 knots and a cruising speed of 22.00 knots. .
She also has a range of 3,400 nautical miles.
DB9 accommodates up to 12 guests in 5 cabins. She also houses room for up to 11 crew members.
She is also fitted with a jacuzzi (on deck).