FrontRunners: Living Larger

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    Like its 42-foot predecessor, the Alenyacht Alen 55 (www.alenyacht.com) has a topside area swathed in teak and a hull constructed entirely of composite materials. The $1.1 million overnight cruiser features belowdecks sleeping quarters for as many as five guests and a foldable amidships table that can seat 10. The 55-footer can reach a top speed of 36 knots. Alenyacht, a Turkish company, is working with the London design firm Foster + Partners on a 68-foot model, which it expects to launch by the end of the year.

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    Beautiful, hand-finished wood detailing is found throughout the 147-foot megayacht…
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    The new yacht has a reworked layout for the U.S. market…
    Photo by Emilio Bianchi
    The ship’s interiors were conceived by the Dutch architect Erick van Egeraat…
    Photo by Jeff Brown
    The 141-foot yacht uses both diesel and electric motors…
    Marc Paris
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    Alberto Cocchi
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    Image courtesy of Jan Petter Lehne
    Thanks to an abundance of exterior space, the Canados 108 feels much larger than 108 feet...
    The 476-foot concept is equipped with nearly every amenity imaginable…