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The biggest and most expensive boat in the show is a 117-footer priced at $13.5 million. The Crescent was built just across the border in Richmond, B.C. and completed mid-December 2019. The Seattle Boat Show is her worldwide debut! Check out the hot tub on deck, AND the mini putting green. Swoon! The Seattle Boat Show runs Jan. 24 through Feb. 1, 2020 at both CenturyLink Field Event Center and South Lake Union. Hours and tickets info can be found <a href="https://seattleboatshow.com/" target="_blank">online</a>. (Image: Sunita Martini / Seattle Refined)
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At $13.5M, The Crescent is the most expensive yacht at the Seattle Boat Show

One step inside this 117-foot beauty and you'll be blown away. No matter where you turn, there's something to see. This 65-inch flat screen sets the stage, and that's just the start. Just ask Tim Charles, the man behind this floating paradise.

[View complete photo gallery of The Crescent]

"We are based in Vancouver, Canada," said Tim Charles, with Crescent Custom Yachts. "We spent a lot of time with Washington state customers, California, British Columbia and it’s kind of special for us to have it at the Seattle Boat Show and debut it here and show people what we can do in our backyard."

"It" is The Crescent, the 117-foot yacht priced at $13.5 million who is making her debut at the Seattle Boat Show. She's both the largest, and the most expensive yacht at the show.

The gourmet kitchen is loaded and ready to entertain. The yacht also sleeps 10, including for crew. Ever CIP cabin is decked out, and every bathroom is beautiful. Even the engine room below is impressive, with over 5,000 horsepower. The cruising speed? Nearly 30 miles per hour. It took 18 months to build this bodacious craft, with over 100,000 man hours - nothing was overlooked.

You can see The Crescent, and hundreds of other water-crafts at the Seattle Boat Show, through Sunday February 1, 2020.

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