"The majority of yachts have evolved to the traditional form that has derived from millennia of engineering and naval architecture," the designers explained. OK, what's wrong with that? The Yacht Island's design has been developed "free from such restrictive thought" — uh-oh! The winning design, called Utopia, looks something like a giant smoke detector atop four Chippendale table legs. Measuring 213 feet high and 328 feet in length and beam, she (if a Yacht Island is a she) would have a beam-length ratio of one — think oil rig. Thrusters would move the Yacht Island about at low speed, allowing her skipper to "redeploy." With 11 decks and a 13th floor observatory Utopia would have enough space for an entire "micronation," her designers suggest. I'm guessing that's plenty of room for freeloading friends, rotten kids and mother(s)-in-law.