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Nothing says luxury more than a large yacht. And nothing says excess like a luxury pool on a luxury yacht.

Here are ten yachts with fantastic pools.

Dream on.

Alfa Nero

Capacity : up to 12 guest in 6 cabins.

Location : $ 840 000 / week
Length : 265,75 ft
Builder : Oceanco, 2007

The Luna

Capacity : 18 guests and 9 cabins.

Lenght : 377,3 ft
Builder : Lloyd Werft & Stahlbau Nord Shipyards, 2010.

The Lady M

Capacity : up ti 12 guests in 6 cabins.

Lenght : 214,9 ft
Builder : Palmer Johnson Yachts, 2013.

The Reborn

Capacity : Up to 12 guests in 8 cabins.

Location : $ 735 000 / week
Lenght : 249,34 ft
Builder : Amels, 1999.

The Roma

Capacity : Up to 12 guest in 6 cabins.

Location : $ 528 000 / week
Lenght : 200,13 ft
Builder : Viareggio Superyachts, 2010

The Serene

Capacity : 24 hosts in 12 cabins.
Already sold at $ 323 million.
Length : 373,69 ft
Builder : Fincantieri, 2011.

The Solandge

Capacity : Up to 12 hosts in 15 cabins.

Location : $ 997 000 / week
Length : 278,87 ft
Builder : Lürssen Shipyard, 2013

The Quattroelle

Capacity : 12 guests in 8 cabins

Location : $ 1,3 million / week
Length : 282,51 ft
Builder : Lürssen Shipyard, 2013.

The Natita

Capacity : 12 guests in 6 cabins

Location : $ 495 000 / week
Length : 216,54 ft
Builder : Oceanco, 2005.

High power III

Capacity : 12 guests in 6 cabins

Length : 229,66 ft
Builder : Rossi Navi, 2010.

Just so you know here's how Wikipedia defines "yacht"... The term originated from the Dutch Jacht meaning "hunt". It was originally defined as a light fast sailing vessel used by the Dutch navy to pursue pirates and other transgressors around and into the shallow waters of the Low Countries. After its selection by Charles II of England as the vessel to carry him to Britain from Holland for his restoration in 1660, it came to be used to mean a vessel used to convey important persons.

In modern use the term designates two rather different classes of watercraft, sailing and power boats. Yachts differ from working ships mainly by their leisure purpose, and it was not until the rise of the steamboat and other types of powerboat that sailing vessels in general came to be perceived as luxury, or recreational vessels. Later the term came to encompass motor boats for primarily private pleasure purposes as well.