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The Tech-Infused $15 Million Superyacht

The award-winning Adastra launched in 2012 is an effort by Shuttleworth Design to create an upscale and comfortable yacht that fit the needs of an experienced (and extravagant) voyaging family. The result was a jaw-dropping display of modern design — an innovative 42.5-meter superyacht that features cutting-edge technology and a striking, futuristic look. As the original owner and his family bring their voyaging days to an end, the spec’d out superyacht isn’t getting much use anymore and in July 2019, it was listed for sale. Check out photos of this gorgeous, one-of-a-kind vessel, built for the adventurous and experienced sailor.

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Photographer Duo Celebrates Black Beauty Through Portraits of Children

Regis and Kahran Bethencourt are the Atlanta-based husband and wife team behind CreativeSoul Photography and the creative portraits in this amazing collection. In 2020, the couple published a book, “Glory: Magical Visions of Black Beauty” –– a collection of 100 extravagant portraits of children from around the world. Continue on for a look at some of CreativeSoul’s phenomenal portraits from “Glory” and other projects. Make sure to follow them on Instagram at @creativesoulphoto.

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LeBron’s $14 Million Former Miami Palace

LeBron James won his first two NBA championships while playing for the Miami Heat. During his tenure in South Beach, King James and his family took residence at this 12,000-square-foot Mediterranean style mansion that overlooks the Biscayne Bay. The vast compound stretches over a half-acre of land and includes a detached guesthouse, a private dock and a beautiful infinity pool. The home hit the market for $14 million. Continue on for photos of LeBron’s chic, former Miami mansion.

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San Diego’s Most Expensive Home is an Architectural Wonder

This massive, 22,500-square-foot mega-mansion sits on an even more bewildering 33 acres of land in Rancho Santa Fe, California. The home was originally built by Qualcomm co-founder Andrew Viterbi in 2008 and it’s fully outfitted with a solar power system, floor-to-ceiling windows in every room and features an overall design you won’t see anywhere else. Continue on for photos featuring one of the most impressive homes in San Diego County.

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