FrontRunners: Ship Shape

    The Argos G92 (www.argosyachts.com) is the first in a new line of production yachts from the Chinese shipyard of American firm Tricon Marine. Tricon plans to produce only three hulls annually in the Argos Gulfstream line, which will range in length from 80 to 120 feet. The uncommon layout of the roughly $6.2 million G92, which debuted last fall at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, allows for direct access from the crew quarters to the pilothouse, bow, and galley, eliminating the need for crew members to pass through passengers’ communal areas.

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