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Love it or hate it? The most divisive superyachts

Love it or hate it? The most divisive superyachts

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The futuristic divisive yacht

With unusual exteriors, original shapes and groundbreaking design, these divisive yachts have challenged our perceptions of what superyachts should look like. Whether you love them or hate them, one thing is for sure — the yachts on this list will turn heads wherever they go.

When you consider her distinctive trimaran form and sleek metallic finish, it's easy to see why Adastra has been hailed as the future of superyachts. Those sci-fi inspired exteriors reflect her truly fitting name, which means 'to the stars' in Latin. Launched by Australian yard McConaghy in 2012, this 42.5 metre multihull superyacht divides opinion — detractors argue that her overall length could be better used to create a more spacious interior. However, there is no denying the visual impact that she makes upon cruising into a new port.

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