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Double Century: 4 crazy design features from 200m yacht concept

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Double Century Yacht Concept

Dual helipads – and toys galore

Craig Timm of 4Yacht is back with another far-out concept. The Florida yacht broker – who also brought us the so-called world's biggest superyacht, billion-dollar Triple Deuce – presents us with an almost equally improbable 200 metre superyacht concept named Double Century. But this time, rather than just releasing an outline of a yacht, 4Yacht stepped up their game and partnered with a designer to show some renderings.

Whether Double Century has any better chance than Triple Deuce of hitting the water is yet to be seen, but this yacht concept does have some proposed wow-factors that are hard to ignore.

Here are the top four wow-factors of the 200 metre Double Century superyacht concept

1. Dual helipads – and toys galore

Little-known designer Christopher Seymour has designed the 200 metre Double Century superyacht concept with not one but two helipads. And a helicopter as large as an EC135 is said to be able to be hosted in the hangar bay below.

Beyond this, the yacht would be able to host the typical water toys and some cars and submarines, too.

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