YCO Adds The Big Fish To Its Luxury Yacht Fleet

They say that there are plenty of fish in the sea. Well, YCO, The Yacht Company, has reeled in the Big Fish to add to its fleet of luxury yachts. As its name suggests, the Big Fish is no dwarf. It measures in at a whopping 45 meters. And the asking price for this watercraft is a staggering 26,500,000 Euros. Designed by Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect, the Big Fish was conceived by Aquos Yachts. The building of this beautiful seafarer was taken care of by McMullen & Wing.

The design is very masculine. Clearly, this superyacht is set to target male yacht enthusiasts. Equipped with a spacious foredeck and a large bow area, this luxury yacht adheres to Germanischer Lloyd Classification rules and Marshall Island Flag State rules that apply to commercial vessels.

Step inside and you will be wowed by the sheer luxuriousness of this baby. The Big Fish is home to five staterooms and can house a crew of up to ten members. One of the most attractive features are the floor-to-ceiling windows that offer fantastic views of the outside if you are seated within the open salon and dining space or in the opening bulwarks port and starboard area. In addition to this, the Big Fish boasts of the widest swim platform on yachts that are up to 65 meters long.

The tribe of yachting enthusiasts is growing fast. No wonder luxury yacht events like the recently concluded DELUXE San Diego find so many takers these days. This is why even super-expensive yachts like the Big Fish are drawing numerous appreciative glances.

Via: Super Yacht Times

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