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Go, one of Feadship’s latest launches, will make its debut in summer 2010 for the charter season in the Caribbean. De Voogt Naval Architects designed the boat to be one of the largest, in terms of volume, 128-foot yachts in the world. Owner and guests will enjoy the Feadship quality, surrounded by the natural teak walls and other elegant decor, but will also relish the fact that the yacht can dock at virtually any port—unlike larger megayachts that are banished to outer anchorages. The full-beam master suite was built for a discriminating owner, while four staterooms on the lower deck can be converted into two full-beam VIP suites. De Voogt made the exterior spaces plentiful, inviting for either social gatherings or private sunning sessions. At the rear of the yacht, a large swim platform folds down inches from the water, allowing guests to create their very own beach club.

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