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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

Motor Yacht A

The boundary-pushing divisive motor yacht

Opinion was certainly split when Motor Yacht A was launched in 2008 for forward-thinking yacht owner Andrey Melnichenko. The 119 metre Blohm+Voss custom yacht has become one of the most iconic and recognisable superyachts on the water today, with its submarine-inspired styling by Philippe Starck.

And her owner Andrey Melnichenko isn't slowing down in his ambition to redefine what superyachts should look like. Indeed, he's pushing the boundaries of technology once again with Sailing Yacht A, which was recently delivered by Nobiskrug. The 142.81 metre is the largest sail assisted motor yacht in the world and is just as much a conversation starter as the original Motor Yacht A.

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