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superyacht

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Jaw-dropping superyacht rocks web-like exoskeleton

Get ready to gawk. These jewel-like designs from architect Zaha Hadid put your billionaire boat to shame.

By Oct. 18, 2013

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A superyacht fit for a James Bond supervillain (images)

The $15 million Adastra took a test cruise recently in China. As you'll see, the high-tech stunner would make Blofeld, or even Batman, proud.

13 Images By Apr. 16, 2012

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Luxury Supiore Uno electric boat makes a green splash

This all-electric watercraft packs everything you'll need for splashing out in style -- minus the pollution.

By Nov. 19, 2013

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Billionaire boats: Sailing on super-deluxe superyachts

Do you dream of your own gin palace on the waves? Summer is the perfect time to drool over these gorgeous gin palaces, especially when you're cooling off in your inflatable dinghy.

By Jul. 2, 2013

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James Bond/Batman boat is anything but a prop

Launched in China recently, the $15 million Adastra superyacht is fit for a Bondian supervillain. Crave invites you to climb aboard.

By Apr. 16, 2012

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Water-powered 'bike' lets you ride above the waves

Like the JetLev and Flyboard before it, the Jetovator uses high-pressure water to shoot you through the sky. Its bike-like form factor may be a bit more familiar though.

By Jun. 14, 2012

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Lavish geek toys: Underwater limos, sleep cocoons, and more

In the final installment of Crave's series on ultra-luxurious gear for geeks, we tour the far-out side of nerd chic.

By Jul. 16, 2013

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Tank-treaded boat goes well with James Bond/Batman yacht

It's not easy being a Bondian supervillain; keeping up with the Blofelds requires a lot of status symbols. Here's one to go with your $15 million superyacht: a sporty little amphibious motorboat with tank treads.

By May. 11, 2012

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Steve Jobs' yacht gives insights into his design process

Jobs and noted designer Philippe Starck spent five years working out the details of the super yacht Venus.

By Nov. 18, 2012