Disembark with us on a journey back to when Land Yachts ruled the streets. These vessels don massive bodies and plush interiors. Miles per gallon? Land Yachts measure efficiency in smiles to the gallon! Kick back and enjoy a tour of some of our finest craft.
Custom Land Yacht: Benjamin’s 1971 Chevrolet Impala Custom
If you don’t like attention, steer clear from this Impala. Rolling on air ride suspension and massive 22-inch wheels, the “Palm Beach Edition” stands tall. This big boat has been tricked out to the nine with a custom interior and canvas top. Experience the wild side of land yachting here.
Solid 70s Gold Land Yacht: Doron’s 1974 Cadillac Eldorado
This Cadillac is known on the streets as the “Golden Girl” for her beautiful coat of Pharaoh Gold Firemist paint and matching gold interior. Here we have a flagship that boasts bold 70s styling and the enormous 500 cubic inch V-8, the largest engine built by the brand. Sit back and get underway in the vessel that set the standard of the world.
Modern Land Yacht AZ Exotic Cars’ 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost
Welcome aboard the Ghost! She is the most advanced cruiser in our fleet. This flying lady leads the way in performance with a 563-hp twin-turbo V-12 engine. We found the only thing more fun than captaining the Ghost is being chartered as a passenger aboard it. Step
Largest Land Yacht: James’ 1967 Lincoln Continental
In the 1920s and ’30s, four-door convertibles were commonplace for the rich and famous. Such a craft was considered the pinnacle of open-top motoring. Mixing the latest in automotive luxury with the ability to pull down the top and take in some vitamin D. By the 1960s Lincoln’s Exclusive Continental stood out, with bold lines and four suicide doors. Here is your chance for you and a crew of five to go on a voyage in the final year of the classy Continental Convertible.
90s Land Yacht: Andrew’s 1992 Buick Roadmaster Estate
Set sail back to your childhood. The Buick Roadmaster Estate and its cousin the Chevrolet Caprice were the last full-size wagons GM produced. You can bask in the glow of the sun in the backseat thanks to the nifty vista sunroof or sit in the way back in the rear-facing third row.1996 marked the last vestige for this American family road trip Icon.