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YOUR PERSONAL GUIDESFrom planning the best itinerary and finding themost suitable yacht to restaurant recommendations,CNI's charter experts have first-hand knowledge ofall the yachts and cruising destinations. Here, CNI'scharter experts and yacht captains offer a fewpersonal recommendations on the French andItalian rivieras.Tamsin Priestley, CNI London "This rugged stretchof Ligurian coast isbest approached infine weather. Not all the villages areaccessible by boat soabandon your yachtat Portovenere andjoin the stunning Cinque Terre trail on foot. Five miles of coastline, beautiful olive-clad terraces, enchanting villages and the local grilled anchovies will all make the trek an experience to remember."Tina Montzka, CNI Antibes "Having visitedthis coastline,many of mycharter clientsparticulary loveCinque Terre, andreturn there yearafter year. Thesevillages give ataste of the realItaly. I suggest charterers walk to a few of thevillages and enjoy a drink in one of the little bistros.The best way to visit the 'five lands' is to anchor inthe nearby bay of Portovenere and visit the islandsby tender. The beautifully protected bay is just a fewminutes from Cinque Terre and is a great place tospend the night. Don't forget to try the localhomemade pesto for which the region is famous."SPRING-SUMMER 2010I sea&iI51aboardashore

52Isea&iISPRING-SUMMER 2010CLOUD 9, 60m (196), 12 guests.Prices from ?315,000 per weekXANADU, 60m (196'), 12 guests.Prices from ?325,000 per weekLAZY Z, 51.4m (168'6), 12 guests.Prices from US$303,000 per weekANJILIS, 49m (161'), 10/11 guests.Prices from US$280,000 per weekPERFECT PERSUASION, 46m (150'), 10 guests.Prices from ?120,000 per weekNATORI, 41.8m (137'), 10 guests.Prices from ?135,000 per weekCASUARINA, 38m (124'), 8 guests.Prices from US$70,000 per weekSALU, 30m (98'5), 8 guests.Prices from ?70,000 per weekPANTHALASSA, 56m (184'), 12 guests.Prices from ?200,000 per weekALLURES, 30.3m (99'4), 8 guests.Prices from ?55,000 per weekA taste of the yachts available in the Mediterranean rivieras...