Espresso

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    The 122-foot Espresso, launched in the beginning of 2010, is the second in the Elegance 120 Raised Pilothouse series. The semi-custom motor yacht was made for Greek customers who will enjoy its 26-knot top speed and roaming across its raised pilothouse design. Horizon Group, which manufactured the yacht, had to extend the hull by two feet and engineer weight savings in order to meet the 25-plus-knot mandate by the owner. Dutch design firm Guido de Groot used whitewashed oak and contrasting zebrano wood to create a modern, minimalist interior. A split-level master suite is also a fine engineering feat, and de Groot designed the space smartly to the owner's benefit.

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