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Alen 68 Superyacht

Turkish boatyard Alen Yacht have launched their new flagship superyacht, the spectacular Alen 68. Designed by renowned design office Foster + Partners, the 68-foot vessel is able to fit up to 16 passengers outside and features vast entertaining space including a midship dining area, large sunpads aft, and a wheelhouse protected by an oversized curved glass and covered by a stylish retractable bimini top. Inside, the minimalist interior offers a large lounge, a kitchen, a master cabin and two guest cabins, all decorated with beautifully designed curved furniture that sits off the hull. In the garage youŽll find plenty of toys for entertainment out at sea, including a 3.2 metre jet tender, sea bobs, paddleboards and a jet ski.



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1965 MANX DUNE BUGGY

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ROLLS ROYCE CULLINAN

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