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Pigments of the imagination: The most colourful superyacht exteriors

Pigments of the imagination: The most colourful superyacht exteriors

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Think all superyachts are white? Think again. Our gallery rounds up some of the most colourful exterior designs from around the world.

Launched last year, Turquoise's new 77 metre flagship GO was designed inside and out by British studio H2 Yacht Design with a hull colour that pays tribute to the yard's name. “The turquoise is a theme that’s carried through the yacht,” says Ruth Thomas from H2. “The design concept of the yacht is based on water in motion, so shades of turquoise made sense.” Accommodation is for a total of 18 guests split across nine cabins with crew quarters for a staff of 20. Key features include an owner's deck, 162 square metre superyacht beach club and a garage big enough to store a 10 metre limousine and eight metre multi-purpose tender.

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