$11 Million LVMH Yacht

$11 Million LVMH Yacht
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LVMH, the world’s largest luxury goods conglomerate, and the parent of about 60 sub-companies, is here with great news: they are bringing forth a new class of superyachts, the M Class from Princess Yachts.

The first to hit production is the 32M, a 105-foot long range cruising yacht with state-of-the-art amenities, including a very large saloon, a master suite with split level bathroom, 2-3 double bedrooms and a lovely twin room.

Armani Casa and Fendi have contributed to the interior glamour of the vessel, which is just as impressive as that of a luxury hotel. The debut of this customizable superyacht took place at the London International Boat Show and has a base price of approximately $11 million.

For the near future (in 2012), LVMH has got another luxe launch planed: a 132-foot version of the vessel, which will come with special options like a matching set of Luis Vuitton luggage.

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