Alfa Sea (Cover Drive 2)

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    The fourth of Palmer Johnson's 135 series, Alfa Sea (formerly Cover Drive 2) was launched in May 2009 to great fanfare. The sleek performance yacht can reach a top speed of 30 knots but also has a transatlantic range of at 10 knots. She is a beauty to look at, with the muscular hull and black unobtrusive flybridge. The designs of Italian firm Nuvolari-Lenard seem to have staying power for Wisconsin-based Palmer Johnson.

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