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Superyachts hit the high street

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Life's hard without a superyacht. It's sometimes a struggle to even get out of bed, possessing the knowledge that a mere yacht is out of reach, let alone one with superpowers.

So just to make life even tougher, those fancy Harrods folk have decided to start selling them, where our jealous eyes can see.

Their Knightsbridge window is being turned into a virtual marina for rich people to enjoy and us normal types to endure. You'll then be able to purchase one of 19 luxury superyachts in-store.

Well, if you're disgustingly rich anyway. The yachts range from the 'economy' Kestrel at £7m to the tear-inducing Mars which will set you back around £100m and is pictured above.

If you're less willing to commit then you can try their charter service, which starts from just €196,000 a week. A steal, if you ask us.

The promotion ends on May 28th so you'd better start saving/maniacally robbing banks fast.

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