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Vanity Fair asks: Too big to sail?

The financial crisis sent panic through the world of superyachts, with over-leveraged tycoons abandoning ship, author Mark Seal writes for Vanity Fair magazine.

However, billionaires continue to ride the waves in megayachts bigger than multiple football fields.

Seal takes a look at vessels that include Roman Abramovich's record-size Eclipse; the floating advertisement of the Candy brothers' Candyscape II; the eye-popping Jeff Koons exterior of Dakis Joannou's Guilty; and Tara Getty's historic Blue Bird.

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