The pinnacle of the superyacht industry, Palmer Johnson, have engineered a one-off, fit-for-a-Bond-villain vessel that is as tough as it looks.
The ‘World Explorer’ mega yacht is a supreme naval collaboration from PJ & Rolls-Royce Marine designed to go where no other yacht could previously.
The Explorer sports a tough as hell superstructure with all the bells and whistles of your ‘standard’ superyacht. Currently, completing its construction in Norway, the 267 foot vessel boasts an ice-class hull, an unrivalled fuel capacity and thermal imaging navigation to detect temperature changes below the surface.
Along with cutting edge security systems, the Explorer also has an impressive dynamic positioning system that does not require the need for a normal anchor.
There were no limits in mind when building this yacht and Palmer Johnson have provided all the toys for those looking to go further. There is a helipad (plus a hanger & refuelling station for said helicopter), two tenders and even a submarine.
Inside, the maximum of 12 guests will be serviced by 27 crew members, and have access to spas, a sauna, gym, cinema and 32 foot swimming pool. The owner’s master suite is actually a three level apartment with 360 degree views and is completely customisable via an Italian interior designer.
With a max speed of 16 knots and a set-up fit for a Bond villain, this anomaly of the seas will power through any thing and everything. Any where in the world you can go, the World Explorer will go with you.