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5 yacht designers discuss the evolution of lifestyle rooms

5 yacht designers discuss the evolution of lifestyle rooms

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Jean-Jacques Coste

If you feel at home, you don't want to leave

French naval architect Jean-Jacques Coste says lifestyle rooms add romance to the yachting experience and make owners more likely to spend time on board. “On my own yacht I’d want to have an art gallery or a nice beach club,” he explains. “It creates interest and a good way to live in communion with the sea. If you feel good and at home on your boat, you don’t want to leave.”

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