Anson Bell/Helios 2

Palmer Johnson 2002

Originally launched as Anson Bell and later rechristened Helios 2, this 156-foot Palmer Johnson was designed to be one of the safest megayachts afloat—with levels of fire-resistant construction and watertight subdivision that went beyond even the most substantial yacht classifications offered.

In the unlikely event of a hull breach, even if two compartments were opened to the sea, Anson Bell is designed to stay afloat. Most other yachts don’t even have one-compartment subdivision.

Equally noteworthy is that Sparkman & Stephens achieved this level of safety in a way that was virtually unnoticeable. When the owner and guests step aboard, they see only luxury and feel only comfort.

Design No:2666
LOA:156ft / 47.55m
LWL:137.83ft / 42.01m
Beam:27.58ft / 8/41m
Draft:(Dwn) 8.33ft / 2.53m
Build Year:2002
Builder:Palmer Johnson

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