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Three Reasons to Buy Superyacht IZUMI

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The superyacht IZUMI is a Palmer Johnson 120, built by one of America's greatest shipyards and designed by Nuvolari Lenard; one of Italy's most successful design teams. The marriage of the 85 year old American builder and the sexy Italian designer gave birth to a range of beautiful offspring, and IZUMI is one of the finest examples.

This video takes you through three compelling reasons why a yacht buyer should give IZUMI serious consideration. Hop aboard with Northrop and Johnson broker David Seal as he reviews the assets of this sensational superyacht.

Yachting Royalty - the Palmer Johnson 120:

IZUMI is a stunning example of the highly successful Palmer Johnson 120 series, and has been in private use since delivery in 2008. She's a rare blend of power and range, with a top speed of 28 knots, capable of 900 nm at 24 knots.

Inspired by the Aston Martin Vanquish, Nuvolari Lenard's exterior profile harmonises sleek muscle with soft, elegant lines. Her signature three-tier transom recalls a fine European resort, with a beach at water level, a terrace and a restaurant, with further sun bathing areas forward of the bridge and on the flybridge, offering panoramic views and full privacy.

Inside, IZUMI has a remarkable feeling of light and space, with large glass doors bathing the salon and dining space with natural light. Her elegant decor combines lacewood and high-gloss ebony, with wenge flooring and accents of Crema Marfil marble. She accommodates seven guests in four en-suite staterooms, including a full beam master suite, two VIP staterooms and a convertible television lounge.

IZUMI is fully MCA compliant and in class with Lloyds, and all servicing and maintenance has been meticulous since launch.

For further information and specifications please contact David Seal via Northrop & Johnson's website. 

IZUMI running

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