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From the moment you board SYCARA IV you are transported back in time to the elegance and luxury reminiscent of yachting in the Art Deco Era. The exterior styling incorporated the teak and white painted paneling typical of this time period and invites you in to experience the full impact of its interior spaces.

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Immediately upon boarding INGOT, one is aware of the exceptional atmosphere of quality and attention to detail that surrounds them. The main salon and dining areas each boast illuminated white onyx ceiling panels framed in complex, elaborately detailed Mahogany woodwork which is accented with maple burl that can be found throughout the yacht.

Working closely with Vripack from the...

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Olympia is very much a classic Feadship in terms of her exterior profile, with a gentle continuous sheer line...

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Originally built by Krupp in Germany for millionaire yeast producer Max C. Fleischmann in 1929 from a Cox & Stevens design, she was launched as Haida. After various colourful owners and known as Sarina, then Rosenkavalier, in 1999, another new owner and yacht lover acquired the vessel. He was well aware of her heritage and condition, since he and the ship had crossed paths numerous times before....

Built in 2001 by Turquoise Yacht Construction in Turkey, Anatolia boasts a beautiful Edwardian Redman Whiteley interior with exterior design by Tanju...

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The OCEA Commuter 155 is a true ocean going vessel. The Owners...

The OCEA Commuter 170 is an extension of the 155. As such she houses...

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