Not so with YCO’s Big Fish, which comes with a different philosophy behind it; the idea that luxury yachting isn’t just about being seen in the most glamorous destinations, it’s about exploration and adventure.
We’re not just talking about a gentle Mediterranean ‘adventure’ either. No sir. Big Fish is designed to navigate the most extreme and inhospitable waters in the world, and when combined with the obvious benefits of five-star facilities you’re left with a 45-metre super yacht which is just as at home in Antarctica as it is in Monaco. Which, if you were unsure, is very cool.
Inside, you’ll find a whole host of scientific equipment and gadgets. With space to accommodate a laboratory and a submarine, alongside a gym and jacuzzi, it almost sounds like the decadent base of a Bond villain. You could probably even refer to the yacht’s ten highly-experienced staff as ‘henchmen’ if you pay them enough.
Big Fish also has an anti-skid granite exterior which gives it one last, eyebrow-raising accolade and vital selling point for your wife/girlfriend/harem: it’s the first luxury yacht to be high-heel friendly.
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