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5 Ways Sinot’s wild Symmetry concept breaks the mould

5 Ways Sinot’s wild Symmetry concept breaks the mould

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Symmetry Yacht Concept Owners Suite
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Symmetry is designed around the owner

While her name and looks might imply literal symmetry, Sander Sinot says the aim was more to create harmony on board than formal symmetry and design a yacht around the owner. There is an entire deck dedicated to the owner, with a stateroom, private spa, library, skylounge and exterior lounge with infinity water feature, as pictured above.

“Symmetry reflects a genuine owner centered philosophy of the yacht as a custom-designed private estate, moving freely over the world’s oceans, offering an abundance of space to welcome beloved ones to indulge, work, play and enjoy life.”

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