2010 Palmer Johnson “STEALTH” Sold
Broker Josh Marshall of 26 North successfully sold the fast motor yacht Stealth within just one month of it being on the brokerage market. The 45.7-meter yacht was built in the USA by Palmer Johnson in 2010 using aluminum and has a deep V planing hull designed by naval architect Donald L. Blount, allowing for a top speed of 27 knots. The interior and exterior design were done by Nuvolari Lenard, and she is part of Palmer Johnson’s 150 Sport Series.
The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in five cabins, including a main deck owner’s suite with a private study. The interior features wide-planked wooden floors and light veneers paired with earth-toned soft furnishings, which were all renewed during a 2021-2022 refit. Folding balconies and full-height windows create a bright and airy indoor dining experience, while al fresco dining is possible on the top deck, which includes a bar, Jacuzzi, and sunpads for relaxation.
With a shallow draft of 1.8 meters, Stealth is ideal for cruising the Bahamas, and her range is 1,500 nautical miles at 12 knots. Powered by twin 3,650hp MTU engines, she can cruise steadily at 20 knots. The yacht is also equipped with zero-speed stabilizers for a comfortable experience at sea and a watertoy-docking platform accessible via twin stairs and the swimming platform from the aft deck.
Stealth was sold for an asking price of $13,450,000 and was located in Fort Lauderdale, USA at the time of sale.