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Outrageous Yachts

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Author(s):

Jill Bobrow

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

232

Size:

12" x 9" x 1.25"

ISBN:

9780865652576

Why We Love This

Owning a yacht is the ultimate status symbol. Arguably the best-known private yacht of all time, the 325-foot Christina O, owned by Aristotle Onassis in the 1950s and '60s, was the playground for heads of state such as Winston Churchill and the Kennedys, opera diva Maria Callas, and Hollywood sweethearts such as Ava Gardner and Elizabeth Taylor. Pictured here along with the newly rebuilt Christina O are 20 other megayachts, including the newly completed and wildly colorful Guilty, designed by Jeff Koons for the art collector Dakis Joannou; Tom Perkins’s modern sailing yacht Maltese Falcon; and the refit classic Delphine.

Why We Love This

Owning a yacht is the ultimate status symbol. Arguably the best-known private yacht of all time, the 325-foot Christina O, owned by Aristotle Onassis in the 1950s and '60s, was the playground for heads of state such as Winston Churchill and the Kennedys, opera diva Maria Callas, and Hollywood sweethearts such as Ava Gardner and Elizabeth Taylor. Pictured here along with the newly rebuilt Christina O are 20 other megayachts, including the newly completed and wildly colorful Guilty, designed by Jeff Koons for the art collector Dakis Joannou; Tom Perkins’s modern sailing yacht Maltese Falcon; and the refit classic Delphine.