GTA's Most Expensive Yacht Not The Best?

The new luxury yachts added to GTA Online in the newest DLC, Executives and Other Criminals, seems to be what the news is all about lately. Many details emerged immediately after launch, and players have already expressed their views on what new features should be added to the already impressive ships.


There are a total of three tiers of yacht to pick from, and you can only own one at a time. Players have the chance to up and downgrade to their leisure, given they have the cash, and after reading this, some Aquarius owners might want to go down a rung.


You'd think that, especially in the case of luxury yachts, the more expensive the ship is, the better it will be. Well, in this case it seems that the medium level yacht turned out to be the best of the lot, for a number of reasons.


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Let's look at the most basic thing first. Money. Sure, when you grind heists to the point where you have $GTA 7 million kicking around, another million won't seem like much, but hey, it's a fully customized lowrider's worth, and you'll save yourself some time.

The yachts each come with their assortment of vehicles, and the Swift helicopter that comes with the Pisces is faster than the Aquarius' SuperVolito. Same goes for the Speeder, the motorboat of the Pisces, which is faster than the Toro.


Now, since these are yachts and not aircraft carriers, this following point may not seem so important, but if you're running missions from your floating fortress, the fact that you can land two Hydras on the Pisces without them obstructing each other, or the landing pads, might interest you. There is no room for this to be possible on the Aquarius.

For all these reasons you might seriously want to consider the Pisces over the Aquarius.

Have you bought your GTA Online yacht yet? If so, which model did you opt for?


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Matt Gibbs

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