With one of the sleekest, sexiest designs ever seen on the seas, an engine that’ll make your hair stand on end, and an interior which looks like it’s been lifted straight from the best kind of James Bond movie, we’re more than a little bit in love with Bugatti Niniette 66. It was only a matter of time before the world of supercars and superyachts collided, and Bugatti have the style and knowledge of the luxury sector to pull it off in the most spectacular fashion.
The Bugatti Niniette 66 yacht is directly inspired by the forms and curves of the iconic Bugatti Chiron supercar – something which is instantly recognisable upon seeing this vessel. The superyachts come in a range of lengths from 50 to 80 feet, and as we would expect from this particular luxury brand, they are coated in high quality carbon fibre and titanium, and come exclusively in Bugatti’s trademark deep blue.
Of course, it isn’t cheap – prices begin at around $2.2 million US, but if you’re a fan of Bugatti’s ability to encapsulate beautiful design with state-of-the-art performance and technology… well, there won’t be anything else at the top of your Christmas list this year.
What are the features of the Niniette 66?
As you’d expect from such an aerodynamic craft featuring the Bugatti badge, this is a mini superyacht built for equal measures of speed, comfort and luxury. It’s Man V8 engine allows it to cruise speeds of 44 knots (about 50 mph), and it’s been built with shallow waters (such as those found around the Caribbean) in mind.
Of course, with a luxury brand such as this one, the interest is going to be as much in the interiors and accessories as the engine. In this regard, the first Bugatti superyacht massively impresses, and goes well out of its way to tick every decadent box it can. The open deck – which has space for 12 guests – is made from the finest leather, along with carbon fibre and naturally blue, rare morta oak. The lounge area on the lower deck features a jacuzzi, a fire pit, a champagne bar and a sun pad, and the two bedrooms are both decently sized and kitted out with all the entertainment options your heart could desire.
It may not be the biggest, nor the fastest… but this superyacht is about as close to being a supercar without wheels as there can be, and there’s no doubt it’s going to make a massive impact this season.