Palm Beach 70, the new flagship of the shipyard


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Palm Beach GT70
Palm Beach 70

This is a period of great turmoil for Grand Banks and Palm Beach, which are investing heavily in their production capacity and internal structure. Palm Beach has also a new flagship, the PB 70.

Palm Beach 70

After the Palm Beach GT 50 Open, the 70 is preparing to make its debut. A yacht designed for long cruises, even in the middle of the ocean, which was born from the request of a shipowner.

The Palm Beach 70 is available in express or flybridge configurations, both featuring several social spaces suitable for gracious entertaining. Golden teak warms the light-filled interior, offering timeless appeal throughout the spacious three-stateroom layout. Customize your interior design, with the large 19’2” beam allowing for extra volume and layout options. The expansive salon promises continuity with the cockpit, so no matter where you relax on the PB70, you can stay connected to the socializing.

The PB70 is the ideal long-range entertainer to cruise with the family and a few additional guests.


The PB70’s standard drive trains are twin Volvo IPS 1350s, which deliver a 32-knot cruise speed, or an estimated top speed of 38 knots. Or opt for D13 1000-hp shaftdrives, offering cruise speeds in the mid-20 knots and top speeds in the early 30 knots. The shaft drives deliver a  24-knot cruise at 55% load, using 48 gallons/h or 181 L/h between both engines, offering an impressive range of 793 nm at a high-speed cruise.

Palm Beach 70

  • Length Overall: 22.84 m
  • Length On Deck: 21.3 m
  • Beam: 5.85 m
  • Draft: 1.3 m
  • Draft: Shafts 1.1 m
  • Displacement: 32,000 Kg
  • Fuel Capacity: 6,000 l
  • Water Capacity: 1,100 l
  • Holding Tank: 400 l
  • Standard Engines: 2 Volvo Ips1350s
  • Optional Engines: D13 Shaft @ 1000hp
  • Top Speed: 38 Knots
  • Cruising Speed: 32 Knots



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