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7 new superyachts to look out for in 2017

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Sailing Yacht A

142.81 metres

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Built for Russian Andrey Melnichenko, who already owns the equally distinctive Motor Yacht A, Sailing Yacht A is officially designated a “sail-assisted motor yacht”. She has three rotating, free-standing carbon fibre masts, the middle one of which rises 100 metres above the waterline, and carries a total sail area of 3,747 square metres.

Her eight decks, which are connected by multiple superyacht elevators and free-floating spiral staircases, are thought to include accommodation for 20 guests and 54 crew. Among her records is the longest piece of curved glass ever made, measuring 15 metres long and weighing 1.8 tonnes.

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Dream Symphony

141 metres

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Uniquely, for a yacht of this size, Dream Symphony is being built in timber: the African hardwood iroko, in varying multiple layers throughout the hull. With four masts and a sail area of 4,800 square metres, she will easily be the world’s largest yacht designed to be powered by sail alone. Styled inside and out by Ken Freivokh, Dream Symphony features naval architecture by Dykstra.

The owner’s suite will include a private deckhouse with main and lower saloons, while other guest areas will accommodate 20 people. The yacht was due to be delivered in 2016, but was delayed. Time will tell if she emerges in 2017.

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Project Jupiter

123 metres

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Project Jupiter is the first experience of working with Lürssen for both H2 Yacht Design and March & White. The project is shrouded in secrecy but Lürssen has revealed that the “contemporary interior is defined by timeless styling, nautical details and innovative bespoke finishes”, and Jonny Horsfield, of H2 Yacht Design, explained the central balconies on the side decks are to “open up the centre of the yacht… we wanted to create a living space in the middle of the yacht.”

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