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  1. Ice was created to have as little environmental impact as possible on its cruising grounds, with minimal exhaust emissions, hull vibrations, and sound projections that would otherwise bother guests...
  2. This is one of two yachts the American owners built simultaneously, with Linda Lou in Germany and the 157-foot Lady Linda in the United States.
  3. With a cruising speed of 40 knots and a top speed of 45 knots, this motor yacht was built as much for speed as it was for looks. It’ll get you from the secluded beach to the waterfront restaurant in...
  4. This is the only luxury charter motor yacht in the world that was specifically built to be handicap-accessible, including extra-wide decks for wheelchair use. Inside Information: The interior onboard...
  5. Even the tenders are customized on this custom motor yacht. They include a 28-foot Vaudrey Miller and a 28-foot Chris-Craft Corsair, both exceptional boats in their own right.
  6. Four of the guest cabins on this yacht can be converted into two suites, so if you’re cruising with a small party of friends or family, everyone can enjoy more luxurious accommodations. Inside...
  7. This yacht has zero-speed stabilizers, which prevent her from rolling with the waves while you’re trying to enjoy dinner on the aft deck at anchor. Inside Information: There are three jet tenders...
  8. The owners of this yacht are wine lovers, so there is a chilled display case that holds hundreds of bottles in between the main dining and living room areas.
  9. This yacht is the first to have a 24-hour push-button room service feature designed by entertainment systems guru Crestron. Inside Information: This yacht was originally built in 2000 with a...
  10. When Laurel launched in 2006 in the state of Washington, it was the largest to be built on American soil since the 1930s. In its first year, Laurel cruised to western Mexico, western Europe, the U.S...

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