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The Baron Trenck Superyacht (Photos)

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It seems like everybody and his brother these days has a yacht. Thankfully, there’s now an upper tier of yacht ownership called “superyachts,” typified by the new Baron Trenck.

The Baron Trench, thanks to its rugged, heavy-duty exterior, can travel where most yachts would crumple like construction paper. But it also houses a luxurious interior, with five staterooms, each with its own bathroom (and “monsoon” style showers), an extravagant lounging area, a sun deck, and all the luxuries you would expect on board one of the greatest superyachts ever built.

And if you’d like to charter a voyage of your own, do it in the off-season, when the price is a relatively affordable $200,000 per week.

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