The sleek vessel proves that opposites can indeed be complementary.
The 164-footer can be customized entirely to your needs, too.
The 76-footer was named “Lemanjá” after the Candomblé goddess of the sea.
Light winds prompted the racers to bring out 95-foot-tall wingsails. That meant plenty of tight-quarters jockeying for the winner’s circle.
Its Art Deco interior has room for 44 guests and 71 crew.
The setup allows the yacht to cruise emissions-free for up to 16 hours.
To give you an idea, the sky lounge comes with its own self-playing grand piano.
With a beam of 28 feet, the vessel also offers huge interior volumes of almost 400 GT.
Fittingly, the 367-footer comes complete with a giant dive club and floating marina.