Money can't buy you happiness, but it can buy you a big yacht

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You only have to watch a Bond movie or open a high-end lifestyle magazine to see how much superyachts are romanticised, so much so that anyone who can afford one, wants one. It is the non-essential toy of the rich, say Siobhan Silk, Managing Associate, Yachts & Superyachts, Ince, and Matthew Biles, Partner & Head of Private Wealth, Ince.  However, they are not toys; they are incredibly expensive moveable assets that need to be purchased and structured according to the buyer's requirements. In order to do this, every buyer will need to surround themselves with experienced professionals. ...

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