FrontRunners: Fourth and Longer

    Vicem Yachts’ newest design bests the formerly largest yacht in the Turkish builder’s Classic Flybridge series by three feet of hull length and one passenger cabin. The 75-foot Vicem 75 Flybridge (www.vicemyacht.com), which has a starting price of about $4 million, can be configured with four staterooms (or three, like its 72-foot predecessor) and can sleep as many as eight passengers and two crew members. A spacious sun pad at the bow, a large table and seating area for alfresco dining on the aft deck, and a nearly 300-square-foot flybridge provide plenty more space outdoors. The yacht cruises at nearly 28 mph and has a maximum range of about 1,000 miles when traveling at half that speed.

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