The British brand Bentley is famous for its craftsmanship, especially the interiors of its cars are beautifully crafted. Lacquered wood has a beautiful texture, aluminum is suitably cool, the soft leather is from cows massaged daily by expertly trained workers, and the rugs are piled so high you could get lost in them like a jungle. You would immediately pack up your few plums and move into your car, if only there was a shower and a coffee maker.
Now, luckily, you don’t have to, because the Bentley craftsmen can show off their craftsmanship outside of the cozy cubicles on four wheels. The first example is the 20-meter yacht Contest 67CS, the interior of which was processed to exactly match the car of its owner. It uses the same materials and techniques used in the production of luxury road models.
By that we mean not only the quality of wood, leather and fabric that matches the Bentley production, but also the cross-stitching that you normally find on Continental GT steering wheels, or the diamond-shaped leather stitching on the sofa like on the Flying Spur seats. You can then equip the interior with other accessories from the Bentley workshop, for example a very tasteful upholstered chair designed as a tribute to the cars from Crewe.
So if you’re as disappointed as we are by the lack of quality in the cabins of multi-million dollar yachts, don’t despair any longer. When you’re ordering your next boat, all you have to do is pick up the phone and ring Bentley, and they’ll be happy to hear your every wish and will very willingly and skilfully match the interior to your car, so that your billionaire friends don’t laugh at you. Of course, no one has disclosed the price, as it will depend on the type of yacht and the scale of your requirements. But you know this: When you have to ask how much it costs, you can’t afford it…
Would you like to match the interior of your yacht with your Bentley?
You hesitate, I’m already calling them!
Well, for those millions I would have expected better.
Could they also modify my jet?
Frogs, I prefer a Rolls-Royce.
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