Glamorous reputation aside, motor yachts are at once confining and liberating. Liberating because, of course, boat owners can charge off to just about anywhere there is water: Maine in summer, the Bahamas in winter. The confining part is just as obvious: Short of the mega-yachts costing tens of millions of dollars (here’s to you, Dan Snyder and Michael Saylor), most have serious space limitations. And then there are the other challenges, such as keeping dishes from flying around the kitchen.
The interior design of yachts exhibits the same yin and yang.
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