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14Isea&iISPRING-SUMMER 2010on[charter]CNI welcomes a selection of yachts to its charter fleet, including several new launches

SPRING-SUMMER 2010 Isea&iI 15oncharterPRINCESS MARIANAPrincess Mariana was designed by Espen Oeinowith an interior by Fran├žois Zuretti; as such sheis an exceptional charter vessel packed withinnovative features. Her many amenities and toysand dedication to the smallest details are unpar-alleled, elevating her to a higher status of megay-acht. She offers a king-sized master stateroom,two double VIP staterooms, two further doublesand one twin. See page 20 for more information.nLength78.6m (257'8) nGuests12 nCruising areaMediterranean(summer)nPrices from?610,000 per week ROMA Delivered from Viareggio Superyachts inJanuary, the stunning RoMa hit the charterscene this spring with a stint in Abu Dhabibefore heading out to the Indian Ocean forspring charters. Her layout has beenextremely well thought through in everyregard, and is practical throughout. Sheoffers six staterooms, an array of watertoys, state-of-the-art communicationssystems, a gymnasium and an abundanceof entertainment and lounging areas. nLength62m (203'4') nGuests12 nCruising areaIndian Ocean (spring); Mediterranean (summer)nPrices from?335,000 per weekPhotography: Marc Paris