This Is What A $39 Million Porsche Superyacht Looks Like


It's good to dream.

A project a few years in the making, the state-of-the-art Porsche RFF135 catamaran is an exclusive superyacht built in conjunction with Porsche Design Group, Singapore-based megayacht builder Royal Falcon Fleet, and Incat Crowther & Kockums. Conceived as a water-going spacecraft, the extraordinary yacht is 41.2 meters long, and is currently listed for sale on James Edition for an oligarch-only price of 35,000,000 Euros (around $39 M).

The RFF 135 can accommodate ten guests and ten crew, while onboard amenities include a helipad, sunken pool and Jacuzzi. Power comes from two MTU engines and two Rolls-Royce water jet propulsion units that combine to motivate the Porsche-designed yacht to 35 knots.

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