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Top 4 ways to immortalise your superyacht

Top 4 ways to immortalise your superyacht

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Commission an oil painting

Given the amount of personalisation that can go into the development of a superyacht, it’s hardly surprising that many owners want to preserve their creation for the ages.

It is this desire that has inspired Galeria de Prado in Marbella to create a new art experience in which yachts are immortalised in an oil on canvas masterpiece.

As well as this Monet-inspired painting of 111 metre Blohm + Voss superyacht Vintage (pictured above), the gallery hopes to commission works in the style of Turner, Gaugin, Homer and Renior to name just a few.

Gallery founder Leticia de Prado explained: “The service is very personal, it is aimed to provide you with a new art experience. An art connoisseur will discuss your preferences and provide you with insights and proof free of charge, making sure you’re fully satisfied.”

However, this isn’t the only way to ensure your yacht can be admired in perpetuity. Read on for three more ways to immortalise your superyacht.

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