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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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love it or hate it divisive yacht design


The artsy divisive yacht

With an amazingly cool paint job by American artist Jeff Koons, 35.3 metre motor yacht Guilty is sure to be noticed in any port. But her exterior was actually inspired by WWII dazzle ships, whose wild paint jobs were designed as a form of distracting camouflage.

Guilty's owner is an art collector, so there is just as much fine art on board this superyacht as her exterior styling would imply. Inside or out, she is one of the most eye-catching – and divisive – yachts around.

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