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Magomed Khamatkhanov
February 2, 2018

According to the Norwegian news source Sysla, a new owner has been found for the half-completed 81.4-metre Palmer Johnson explorer project World, which has been kept in the Norway for nearly 9 years.

With her hull and superstructure completed, the 81.4-metre explorer yacht World by Palmer Johnson could be ready in 24 months from contract. Built to cruise in the most remote and extreme places in the world, she is a wonder of applied technology engineered by Rolls Royce Marine. Ice classed and equipped with zero speed stabilisers and a dynamic positioning system, World offers remarkable maneuverability and reduced emissions. With the opportunity to fully customised her interior, World can feature a massive owner's deck with 360 views, hammam, spa, gym, large swimming pool and so much more. She is capable of accommodate 14 guests in 7 cabins with 27 crew members.

According to Sysla, it is now the job of local shipyard, Westcon to prepare and finish the hull before work will continue to complete the vessel.

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