Bugatti Niniette Superyacht

Dec 7, 2015

Category: Rides

Bugatti is mostly well-known for its ridiculously high quality supercars, including the Veyron and the highly anticipated Chiron. But the company also once delved into the yacht market, and now they’re returning to the spotlight with a luxury boat, the Bugatti Niniette Superyacht.

Named after the company founder’s daughter, this glorious yacht is available with three different hulls: 42 ft, 63 ft or 88 ft. Each hull is crafted out of light carbon fiber, inspired by the Type 41 Royale and the Type 57 C Atlante. It uses a beautiful two-tone paint job, and has an ultra-modern design. The superyacht can seat up to four passengers, and it has a built-in crew cabin. The smallest model has a top speed of 38 knots. It’s available starting at $2.2 million for the 42 ft model, with the 63 ft going for $3.5 million, and the 88 footer’s price has yet to be published.

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