YACHT OF THE WEEK: This Incredible Multimillion Dollar Superyacht's Design Stands Out From Anything Else On The Water

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Photo: via Boat International

Each week we see a number of unique and interesting ships that vie for the title of “Yacht of the Week.”But none have had as striking an appearance as Ocean Emerald, which has recently been made available for sale (via Boat International).

Ocean Emerald was constructed in 2009 and has taken boat design to the extreme. The flowing lines from bow to stern work to create continuity from end to end.

This ship is as elegant inside as it is outside.

A minimalist exterior transfers to the interior as light colours and huge windows give this yacht a light and airy feel throughout.

While Ocean Emerald is available for sale, a price was not forthcoming. The old adage “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” definitely seems to apply here.

Three curved lines starts at the bow and continues all the way to the stern to give this yacht a flowing design.

The sleek design is backed by high tech construction. Ocean Emerald is made of aluminium and feature two engines with a combined 2,800 horsepower.

Once on board, expansive areas of wood and glass give this yacht a distinctively modern look.

At night, Ocean Emerald lights up the water.

The wide windows and lighting open up this seating area to make it appear larger than it really is.

Light wood floors, light coloured calls, and white furniture once again provide a very open feel.

Accent lighting in the floors, recessed lights in the beautiful wood ceiling, and a positively massive TV make this stateroom a luxurious place to pass some time.

Each stateroom has its own unique twist on the design theme of the yacht.

Even the smaller rooms use the same accent lighting to give off a very modern air.

The only area on Ocean Emerald that seems sedate are the bathrooms. Fixtures and design are amazingly traditional compared to the rest of the ship.

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