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6 signs you're addicted to building superyachts

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The surest sign of a superyacht-building addiction is one that is all too familiar to many owners. Picture the scene: you’re enjoying the launch party for your new yacht, it’s all very exciting and wonderful, Champagne and confetti as far as the eye can see. On the outside you’re beaming with pride, but inside secretly you’re thinking: “Next time we’ll try…”

Whether it’s adding more decks, experimenting with a new engine configuration or going larger and joining the ranks of the Top 200 largest yachts in the world, if as soon as you’re done with one yacht, you’re already dreaming of the next one – perhaps before that first yacht has even hit the water – you’re probably addicted to building superyachts.

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