Yachts

Given the popularity of boating in Bridges, it’s no surprise that yachts – sailing pleasure boats – are seen as a status symbol among the elite.

The Clubb Family in particular is known for their innovative yacht designs, their yearly yacht races, and their array of expensive and well cared-for yachts. [Also see: History of the Clubb Family, found in The Jacq of Spades]

However, most gentlemen of means have at least one yacht. They are usually berthed at one of the Gentleman’s Clubs, depending on their Family of association, which are guarded closely to keep any undesirables away from the property or person of their betters.

Family men often use their yachts for smuggling or other illegal purposes, but I don’t suppose that’s a surprise to anyone.

Under Bridges law, a man’s yacht has the same rights as his home, and may not be entered by the police without a search warrant.

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