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Alloy Yachts launches motoryacht Hey Jude

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New Zealand builder Alloy Yachts has launched the 145-foot (44m) M/Y Hey Jude, previously AY54. Designed by Sam Sorgiovanni with an interior is by Redman Whiteley Dixon (RWD), the displacement yacht has three decks above the water and a sundeck with a hard-top covering the forward portion of that deck. One of the stand-out features is the large oval windows in the forward hull. Hey Jude was preparing for sea trials in mid November.

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