The Biggest Yacht in Monaco (Yours for $1M a Week)

Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) — The battle for superyachts is raging in Monaco. Bloomberg went on board the brand new Quattroelle. (Source: Bloomberg)

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  1. dont believe the brochures about being a 'family business', 'custom yachts to meet your needs', 'personalized to your requirements' etc etc. thats just sales talk. lurssen is a business and like any business it is out to make money. they want you in and out as quickly as possible so that they can start building the next yacht. the build quality is rushed, infact most of their yachts are exactly the same, many of them share the same hull. this saves cost and time. they sell it by telling you it knocks a year off the build process but it really means they will get rid of you a year earlier. just look at quattroelle, ace, phoenix2, kismet2 and solandge, they are all exactly the same yacht. or radiant and dilbar for that matter. just look how fast they built azzam. lurssen build the biggest yachts but in their case bigger does not mean better. if i had this sort of money i would not go anywhere near lurssen, i would want a genuine custom yacht even if it means waiting 1 or 2 years more. look at pegasus v for example, still the best looking yacht in the world, still copied by many these days. this is just my opinion.

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