There are price cuts, and then there are PRICE CUTS. What “Nirvana”, the 1999 90′ Palmer Johnson, just took is definitely in that latter category. After a stunning $405,000 reduction, she’s now asking $1.495 million.
Nirvana is a pedigreed long-range cruising yacht. Ray Hunt-designed aluminum hull. An interior suffused with the finest mahogany. The engine room of a far larger vessel. Those are the attributes you’d EXPECT to see in a yacht of this caliber. But here’s what you might not expect – she’s completely wheelchair accessible.
There are only a handful of motor yachts on the market that have both interior & exterior lifts. Or that boast a full shower, sizable enough for a wheelchair, in the master stateroom. Nirvana is one of them.
So yes, Nirvana is proper, substantial yacht, built by one of the most storied names in the business – but there are hundreds of yachts around the world that can make that claim. But how many can accommodate a wheelchair? And how many of those are priced so aggressively? Not many.
You can find Nirvana’s Listing & HD Video here: https://www.26northyachts.com/…/91-palmer-johnson-nirvana-…/