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BW YachtBuilt in 2006 by Palmer Johnson, BW is a stylish 36.57m...

BW Yacht

Built in 2006 by Palmer Johnson, BW is a stylish 36.57m motor yacht, capable of accommodating up to 8 guests in 4 handsomely fitted staterooms. Interiors are decked out in tasteful classic styling, and finished in beautiful wood and marble, whereas the teak-clad exterior spaces are delightfully summery.

The luxury yacht comes with impressive leisure and entertainment facilities, including bespoke swim platform and huge sun pad area, sumptuous indoor/outdoor lounge spaces, as well as a generous collection of water toys. BW is available for sale and charter through Worth Avenue Yachts.


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