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Living at sea

The concept of making the high seas your home really kicked off with The World, the first (and only) viable residential yacht for owner-residents. The ship set sail in 2002 with 165 residences spread over 12 decks.

It’s an attractive model, a 190-residence vessel, is expected to set sail in 2017 or 2018, with prices for an apartment starting at US$4 million. from River Cities is intending to make the rivers of America its residents’ home, while Crystal Cruises has announced that three of its Exclusive Class vessels will feature 48 Crystal Residence apartments on the upper decks, starting in 2022.

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