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Decadent hunting appeals to tech billionaire

It may remind you of an airplane or, with a little imagination, a vintage car. But no, this is the new concept for a yacht from designer Andy Waugh. His Decadence is inspired by the spirit of car racing from the 20s and also proved to be popular with an American tech billionaire.
Andy Waugh Yacht Design

According to Waugh, Decadence embodies the spirit of the 1920s and is inspired by the extraordinary developments in automotive and aviation of our time. The so-called SWATH design ensures that the surface area of ​​the waterline is small. By limiting the volume of the yacht close to the water surface, the ship experiences little influence from waves, even at high speeds. For example, Decadence's pitch-and-roll movements are reduced by 70 percent compared to a conventional single-hull vessel. 

Privacy

Due to its length of 80 meters and width of 30 meters, the sky the limit regarding the interior layout. Since Decadence is still only a concept, the design of the interior is still completely open. This can therefore be completed entirely according to the wishes of the future owner. For example, according to the designs, the owner's suite could be 20 meters wide, 30 meters long and 3 meters high. 

Who the tech billionaire is and what the price tag of the Decadence is is as yet unknown. However, the owner can at least count on privacy. Every deck can be covered. There is also room for two modest sloops of 14 meters. Handy for arriving at your destination in luxury.