Bespoke. Say that word in America and you’ll get a quizzical look in response. But drop it to an Englishman, and it will conjure visions of engraved Purdey shotguns, pinstriped Gieves & Hawkes suits and custom shoes from James Taylor & Son, which advertises itself as “bespoke shoemakers since 1857.” Bespoke is so far beyond “custom” that it defies definition. It is the difference between wearing Walmart and wearing Gucci. If you were to enter a bespoke tailor shop on Savile Row in London and ask for a purple suit with chartreuse polka dots, the tailor would smile deferentially and ask, “And how large would those dots be, sir?” The [Hargrave] 76 Wide Body is about as close to bespoke as you can get in the yachting world without sitting down with a fully custom, supersize yacht builder.