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Double Century To Be World's Largest Yacht

by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington

28 May 2015


Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based ship broker 4Yacht has been selected to market Double Century, a 200m superyacht that could become the largest private yacht built to date.

4Yacht has joined forces with renowned international designer Christopher Seymour to exclusively offer the yacht, which would be 20 meters longer than the current world record holder, the 180m Azzam, built by Lürssen in 2013.

"4Yacht is honored that Christopher Seymour has chosen us to exclusively market and help bring Double Century to build," said Craig Timm, of 4Yacht Inc. "Christopher is known for his innovative designs over many different size categories. Double Century brings his exceptional skills to the superyacht market and is sure to push the envelope into the next tier of sophisticated luxury."

Double Century will feature nine decks and rise 27 meters above the sea, with the ability to host over 50 guests. It will feature two helipads, eight elevators, and the forward section will house cars and a mini-submarine in addition to two helicopters. Luxury features, such as pools, spas, sun beds, and lounges, will be found aft.

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