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4Isea&iISPRING-SUMMER 2010This issue of sea&iwe focus on 'the issue'the whole world is talking about - theenvironment and our increasing need toprotect it. We know that all our clients, asyacht owners and charterers, have a passion andappreciation of the world and a keen interest topreserve it for future generations. As such, CNI haslong been a keen supporter of responsible traveland corporate practice. We were the first keyyachting company to take carbon offsetting onboard - not only literally, on our charters, but also ina wider sphere, partnering with the Monaco YachtShow for the past five years to make this leadingsuperyacht event CarbonNeutral - encouraging theentire industry to follow suit. Embracing our 'green' theme, we therefore devote16 pages of this issue to reporting on the latestenvironmentally-responsible technologies andinnovations in the yachting industry. It is inspiringto discover how yards, designers and yachtingregulation authorities are embracing the need forchange and are finding exciting new solutions topave the way to a more ethical future on the oceans.We also profile Galapagos (Darwin's unique islandsand one of the best-preserved archipelagos in theworld), look at five of the top eco-resorts worldwide,and dedicate two pages to adrenalin-fuelled, eco-friendly water sports. The message is loud and clear: we all need to doour bit to protect our oceans. We hope this issue willinspire you to join the cause. nA WORLD OF DIFFERENCE

If country clubs bore you, join the sea lounge.Mind the doorman.Mechanical IWC-manufactured chronograph movement (figure) | Flyback function | Automatic IWC double-pawl winding system | Date display | External rotating bezel | Anti-reflective sapphire glass | Sapphire-glass back cover | Water-resistant 12 bar | 18 ct red goldAquatimer Chronograph. Ref. 3769: You prefer your drinks with plenty of sea water? If so, this watch should be precisely to your liking. The IWC- manufactured chronograph is water-resistant 12 bar and has an automatic double-pawl winding system. The rotating bezel and hand remain luminescent underwater and you can measure a second period of time up to 12 hours on the watch-in-watch display. Which means you always know when the party's over. IWC. Engineered for men.IWC North America, 645 Fifth Avenue, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10022 IWC Schaffhausen Boutique, 9490C Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, 310-734-0520 IWC Schaffhausen Boutique, The Palazzo Hotel, Casino Level, Las Vegas, 702-650-0817For additional information or to request a catalog, please call 1-800-432-9330 or visit our website, www.iwc.com