DB9 yacht is a luxury superyacht completed in 2010 by Palmer Johnson, a UK-based premier designer and builder of high-performance superyachts in Europe and the USA. Palmer Johnson
She measures 52.36 meters or around 171 ft with luxurious open space and elegant surroundings. Her interior and exterior styling was penned by Nuvolari Lenard, a leading Italian yacht design studio.
DB9 yacht is ranked in the top 10% by LOA and in the top 30% by speed worldwide. She is currently sailing under the Cayman Islands flag, the 2nd most popular flagship for superyachts with 1250 yachts registered.
|Length:||52 m (171 ft)|
|Guests:||10 in 5 cabins|
|Crew:||8 in 4 cabins|
|Interior Designer:||Nuvolari Lenard|
|Price:||US$ 20 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 1-2 million|
DB9 yacht interior
She boasts a large and modern interior that showcases a wow factor. Her clean lines and neutral tones add to its exquisite vibe, while her warm fabrics and fine furnishings exude a cozy ambiance.
The airy salon hosts a baby grand piano and a nice lounge area for guests to feel comfortable and welcome on board.
Her full-beam master room on the lower deck is located aft and provides a refuge of quiet and tranquility during the cruise. The suite, which can only be reached through a private staircase, is equipped with a walk-in wardrobe as well as a spacious ensuite bathroom.
Her layout is both spacious and versatile for an unforgettable charter experience.
DBY yacht has an aluminum semi-displacement hull and superstructure, which allows her to maintain great seakeeping while reaching impressive speeds.
Propelled by two MTU engines, she cruises comfortably at 22 knots and can achieve a top speed of 30 knots. She has a range of up to 3,400 nautical miles from her 117,000-liter fuel tanks at 13 knots.
Her 1.6-meter draft makes navigating shallow waters and traveling close to the shorelines easy. She is also equipped with at-anchor stabilizers to provide excellent comfort levels and a selection of water toys for guests’ enjoyment.
The red stripe on her champagne hull emphasizes her sleek design. Her exterior features are three separate pool areas, including an 8-meter swimming pool on the foredeck and an infinity Jacuzzi pool aft, an open-air theater, a wet bar, enormous lounging pads, and a variety of sunbathing and alfresco eating options.
DB9 yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests and 11 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed charter experience.
She features a master suite, two double cabins, and two twin cabins. The yacht is equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity and air conditioning so guests can stay comfortable on board whatever the weather.
Her world-class amenities include two Seabobs, wakeboards, kneeboards, jet-skis, water-skis, surfboard, hoverboard, and a kayak.
She was bought at approximately $20 million dollars and had an annual running cost of $1-2 million dollars.
DB9 yacht owner
DB9 yacht is owned by John Rosatti, an American entrepreneur who has a net worth of $200 million. He is known for his affinity for yacht ownership, and in one interview, he confessed he enjoys making a deal, buying a yacht, making it better, and then selling it.
Her original owner was Sergei Puchachev, a Russian businessman with assets worth 15 billion dollars. He is also the founder of the United Industrial Corporation, Russia’s largest private investment company.