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You can experience Lexus’ first ever luxury yacht – but it’s not cheap

Sound like your kind of summer boat party? You’ll need around US$3.6 million to get this one started.

Lexus Yacht

What makes the Lexus LY 650 special is the fact that it’s not just an existing luxury yacht from a generic manufacturer with a car badge slapped on the side.

This Lexus yacht has actually been designed and built from the ground-up in a collaborative effort with Italian yacht design studio Nuvolari Lenard.

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