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Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

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Delivered in 2004 boasting sleek lines by Dubois Naval Architects and John Munford interiors, 54.27 metre Tiara holds the distinction of being one of the few sailing yachts in the world with an aft-deck helipad. Her innovative design and technical achievement was acknowledged at the 2005 Showboats International Awards.

Her key features include a split-level master suite, a 12-person dining table and a forward tender locker that can be converted into a Jacuzzi, while the interiors have been updated by Adam Lay Studio.

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