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World’s largest sailing yacht under construction


CNBC has reported that Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko is building the world’s largest sailing yacht, estimated at about 400 feet. It is being built in the Nobiskrug shipyard in Germany, which is controlled by Abu Dhabi MAR, CNBC reported.

Melnichenko, 40, built the 396-foot, futuristic-looking M/Y A.

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