During the Covid-19 crisis, we’re taking all precautions to ensure our customers and staff stay safe and remain healthy. In the interests of social distancing, our models will not be on display at any of the major boat shows for the foreseeable future.
However, we will be creating safe spaces where some of our yachts can be viewed privately and trialled by prior appointment. If you’d like to be alerted to these opportunities, please subscribe to our newsletter.
Don’t let the cancellation of the Boat Shows stop you getting up close and personal with an exquisite PB55. Just pick a marina and hop on board as she skips down the Eastern Seaboard from Annapolis to Florida.
Palm Beach Motor Yachts and sister brand Grand Banks Yachts invite you to join them for casual afternoon on the dock at the stunning Pier Sixty-Six Marina. This exclusive event grants you access to explore several beautifully crafted yachts at your leisure. Sea trials are available, and the line-up includes a Palm Beach 42, Palm Beach 52, GT50 and the Grand Banks 60.
Join Palm Beach Motor Yachts at the Boot Düsseldorf International Boat Show from the 18th-26th of January 2020. Take part in the largest indoor boat show in the world and witness the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into designing and producing our stunning yachts.
The editors of Power & Motoryacht have taken out first place in the Boat Writers Awards for Best Boat Test on the Palm Beach 70 and Best Boat Video when they raced the Palm Beach 70 against a train with us in the “Commuter Challenge” late last year.
The GT50 has won the award in the category ‘Sportscruiser over 40ft’ in the Motor Boat Awards of 2020, hosted by Motor Boat & Yachting and sponsored by Side-Power.
We recently teamed up with Power & Motoryacht Magazine for an exciting little mission: The Commuter Boat Challenge, featuring Palm Beach’s flagship PB70 and modern transportation in a race to Manhattan.
Palm Beach Motor Yachts were proud to be official sponsors of the recent 12 Metre World Championship in Newport Rhode Island this past July. We watched on as the historic 12 Metre class, designed by boat-building pioneers of the 1900s for the highest level of sailing racing, battled it out for the world titles. .