If you’re in the market for fractional ownership of a yacht (and if you’re reading this site, there’s a good chance you are) then we have come to answer your prayers. YachtPlus launches it’s first Foster and Partners Designed Super Yacht.
“The fractional ownership super-yacht company, YachtPlus, launched its first yacht – The Ocean Emerald – in La Spezia, Italy on April 25 in the presence of Norman Foster. This contemporary 41 metre yacht has been designed with a strong emphasis on space and light and has five suites for up to 12 guests, who will be looked after by a permanent, highly trained crew of seven. The internal planning of the yacht offers total flexibility to respond to the diverse requirements of the owners and their guests and keen attention has been paid to design and detail ranging from the internal (2,790sqft) and external (2,495sqft) areas to cutlery, crockery, fabrics and crew uniforms. All furnishings and fittings are provided by the Italian manufacturer Cassina and kitchen and galley equipment by Schiffini.”
Basically what that means is unless you’re benefitting off of a ponzi scheme, chances are you probably won’t be able to afford it. But we won’t knock you for trying.
And it’s not like you have any reason to buy a yacht.