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Seaxplorer Expedition Yacht

Recently presented at the Monaco Yacht Show, the spectacular SeaXplorer by Damen yachts, is for adventurers who dream of discovering the world beyond limits, visiting the most remote places on earth in total style and comfort. The luxury yacht lets you find our planet’s true unspoiled destinations, suitable for extreme polar and tropical adventures, while enjoying the highest level of comfort, style and independence. The SeaXplorer uses an optimized hull design for breaking through ice, and carries tenders (including a dive support tender), expedition equipment, toys, submersibles, dive equipment (including recompression chamber) and up to two helicopters. SeaXplorer yachts will span 213 to 328 feet (65 to 100 meters). watch the video after the jump



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