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Behold: the LOV38 – a concept named after the collaboration between  Lynx Yachts, Omega Architects and Van Oossanen Naval Architects. But you knew that.

Fancy a luxury cruiser with an ultra stable fast-displacement hull, twin 2,000 MTU diesel engines,  a top speed of 21.7 knots, two exterior dining areas, a full beam master suite, up to six guest rooms, and a spacious ‘beach club’ area? Thought so.

Price on application.

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Behold the Vripack Rock Explorer Yacht – a luxury cruiser described by its Dutch designer as ‘the SUV of the sea’.

With three guest cabins, a generous master suite and sundeck complete with hot tub, the 25m long vessel is powered by two 1000bhp V12 Caterpillar engines with a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4800km.

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Behold: the SX76 yacht from Italian yard San Lorenzo – part flybridge cruiser, part recreational explorer.

Powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 1050s with a top speed of 22 knots, theSX76’s open top deck allows guests to move freely from kitchen, dining and living area out to the aft seating and an 18m² beach deck doubling as space for tender and jet ski.

Below deck, bespoke Lissoni interiors continue through a master suite, two twin berths and a forward VIP room.

Price on application but don’t expect much change from €4,000,000.

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Behold: the SolarImpact Electric Yacht – a 25m twin-hulled cruiser powered by two 500kW engines fed entirely by roof mounted solar panels and a battery array.

Capable of 22 knots with AI guidance systems that allow the vessel to be controlled by a single person. Possibly you.

Price on application but if you’re asking, you’re not buying.

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Behold: the LY 650 – a 20m yacht from Toyota’s luxury division, echoing the curves and styling cues of various Lexus models.

The vessels – powered by twin marine versions of the 5.0l V8 Lexus engine – will be built, sold and serviced by Marquis-Larson Group from 2019

Pricing and full specs to be announced.

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Behold the Numarine 26XP – the GTi of expedition yachts or, perhaps, the Z4 of recreational trawlers: it’s hard to say. 26 meters long and powered by two 1550hp diesel engines, it can reach a top speed of 28 knots (cruising at 18) and is designed to berth at harbours too small to accommodate the bulkier barques of fellow plutocrats.

A luxurious interior includes 4 guest cabins (2 VIP), a master suite, various lounging and dining areas and a ‘wet bar’ beneath the enormous flying bridge.

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Behold: the the 377-foot Oceanco Tuhura superyacht – inspired by the design of hollowed-out Polynesian canoes but fitted out in luxurious teak, gunmetal, and bronze with a hybrid Azipod CRP propulsion system capable of 18 knots.

Price on application.

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Behold the 63m, 12 cabin Eau Electric Yacht Concept from Amsterdam-based marine designer Frank Tjepkema.

Cruise the Rivieras of the future at 25 knots, surveying all from the droplet shaped wheelhouse of a ribbed aluminium ship which, according to the designer:

captures the reminiscent qualities of the water itself. 

All right then.

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