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7 superyachts that make the most of glass

7 superyachts that make the most of glass

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With towering glass-wrapped skyscrapers and ultra modern glass-walled houses popping up around the world it is perhaps no surprise that requests for more glass on superyachts are coming thick and fast. We take a look at some of the designs that have pushed the boundaries when it comes to the use of glass on superyachts.

1. Missy

The recently delivered 33 metre sloop Missy is a great example of this. Built by Dutch yard Vitters to a design by Malcolm McKeon, she features an innovative glass canopy over the saloon, which provides incredibly bright interiors for a sailing yacht.

Photo: Jesus Renedo

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