To take full advantage of the space, the water toys-such as the jet skis and hammocks-are stored within the amas. One of the Dragon’s most interesting features is that to be able to dock in marinas that would otherwise be off-limits for a vessel of this size, the amas are designed to fold alongside the main hull when docked, thus reducing the beam from 98 to 82 feet.
The price for this Dragon of the Seas has not yet been announced, but we are sure it will be a great deal of interest because it embodies the best navigation features. We’ll just have to wait to know how much this sailboat of the future will cost. ■