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16Isea&iIWINTER 2011conharter]on[charter]sea&irounds up thelatest news from the CNI charter fleetODYSSEY Fresh from a major refit, the 41.1m (134'1) Odyssey joinsthe CNI charter fleet. Built in 1989, this stunningFeadship is traditional in style yet offers elegant,modern furnishings and all the comforts and amenitiesof a newly launched yacht. Odyssey sleeps 11 guestsin four double cabins and one twin cabin with a Pullmanberth. She boasts an array of water toys, includingscuba-diving equipment, kayaks and a laser sailingdinghy. Odyssey will debut at the Antigua Yacht CharterMeeting in December before chartering in theCaribbean for the winter season. nLength41.1m (134'1)nGuests11nCruising areaWinter: Caribbean Summer: West/East Mediterranean nPrices fromUS$135,000 per weekANTIGUA CHARTER SHOW The 49th Antigua Yacht Charter Meeting, from 6to 11 December, welcomes 12 yachts, including therecently refitted 42m (137') Mirabella III and the41.1m (134'1) Odyssey, along with a recentoffering from the Perini Navi yard, the 56m (180')Panthalassa, which was delivered to her ownerearlier this year. To date, other yachts on displaywill include the 54m (177') sailing yacht Parsifal III,the 53m (175') Hurricane Run, the 50m (165') Jo,the 40m (130') Parvati, the 40m (132') Monte Carlo,the 38m (125') Northlander, the 34m (112')Resilience, the (34m) 112' Catalonian Spirit, the29m (96') Serenity Now, and the 25m (82') sailingyacht Inukshuk.

WINTER 2011 Isea&iI 17oncharterSOUTHERN HEMISPHERE The 56m (183'8) Riela has announced plansto charter in the cruising grounds of FrenchPolynesia next summer before heading toNew Zealand for the Rugby World Cup.Available for charter, Riela was designed forfast cruising and combines all the advantagesof sail and power with accommodationcomparable to that found on a motoryacht ofher size. Her interior design by RĂ©mi Tessierutilises exquisite textiles and textures. Shesleeps 12 guests and has a crew of nine.nLength56m (183'8)nGuests12nCruising areaWinter: Caribbean, Central Americaand South Pacific; Summer: South Pacific nPrices fromUS$220,000 per week The 42.3m (138'8) Mea Culpa is also headingto the cruising grounds of French Polynesiaand will be available for charters in the newyear and throughout the spring, beforecruising to Fiji and Australia for the BlackMarlin season at the end of the year.Boasting the latest tournament game-fishingequipment, Mea Culpa is the perfect charteryacht for the avid sportfishing enthusiast,but she is equally suitable for those lookingfor a relaxing charter. Her elegant interior hasthe latest audiovisual systems, while ondeck she has ample room for relaxation andalfresco dining. She sleeps eight guests inthree double cabins (two convertible to twincabins) and one twin cabin. nLength42.3m (139') nGuests8 nCruising areaWinter and summer: South PacificnPrices fromUS$120,000 per week CNI also has several yachts heading to theIndian Ocean and available for charter thiswinter. These include the 64.5m (211'7) SilverAngel, the 60m (196'1) Cloud 9, the 59.5m(195'2) Magna Grecia and the 56m (184')Galaxy. The 69.95m (228'5) Sherakhan isalso in southern territories as she is cruisingthe waters of Patagonia.As several CNI central agency yachts head to the balmy waters of the Southern Hemisphere andSouth America for winter charters, other yachts are planning their 2011 calendars elsewhere.alternative [destinations]