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SPRING-SUMMER 2010I sea&iI11RASoliloquyBlue MaquisGalaxy

12Isea&iISPRING-SUMMER 2010Seven-deck signingAmong many exciting new signings at CNI iswhat promises to be a remarkable 140m(460') new build by CNI's Monaco-basedbroker Alex Lees Buckley. Known as Hull6218, the vast, seven-deck yacht fromFincantieri will be designed by Espen Oeino,with an interior by Alberto Pinto and LauraSessa. This 140-metre is the first order for ayacht over 100m (328') in the past year andis due for delivery in five years. Hull 6218will be built according to SOLAS rules andregulations. Particular attention will be givento environmentally friendly solutions,quality and performance. As such, she is setto be the most technically advanced yachtin the world.Perini's Panthalassa The end of 2009 saw the launch of the 56m(184') Panthalassa from the renowned PeriniNavi yard. A fusion of contemporary livingand the finest nautical heritage, she is the48th build from the Perini Navi yard and theeighth 56m yacht from a series that has beenhighly successful. Built and project managedby CNI's Mark Hilpern, Panthalassa is nowavailable for charters in the Mediterraneanthrough CNI. CNI TRIUMPHS IN THE TASTE STAKESDecember saw a culinary feast at the 48th Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting in theCaribbean. This year's Concours de Chef competition was a challenge for the 27chefs who took part as they were asked to prepare a Caribbean-themed buffet brunchwith baked goods. Each of the contestants were judged on taste, presentation, nutritionalvalue of ingredients, creativity and appropriateness, ability to perform under pressure,hygiene and knowledge of food handling, and teamwork. The competition ran over threedays and was split into three categories: yachts over 45m (150'); yachts from 28m to 45m(90'-149'); and yachts up to 27m (90'). In addition, the Piper Heidsieck Elegance de la TablePrize was awarded for the most stylish and suitably Caribbean-themed table setting in eachsize category, and The Carib Bean Coffee Roasters prize went to the most innovative useof Carib Bean Coffee in each size category.Chef Kdn Lyne with Lionshare's winning feastDan Annett