4Isea&iIWINTER 2011Sea&ialways focuses on the very best in exclusive travel, but this issue celebratesultimate experiences with true flair. As always, superyachts remain the mostluxurious way to travel, so there are plenty of options to tempt you in the followingpages - from the newly refitted Odyssey to cruises taking in the best beaches,restaurants and diving spots of the Caribbean, to charters aboard Benetti's new Illusion. Weeven bring beaches on board for your ultimate convenience as we profile four of the best'beach clubs' to be found on the decks of a superyacht.Elsewhere, we compare the wonders of yacht charters with two other ultimate travelexperiences: trips in submarines that delve way beneath the surface of the sea, andadventures into a territory few have ventured to before - space. Finally, the ultimate in cuisine is covered with a pit-stop at three of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants along the Côte d'Azur. With inspiration aplenty, we hope you enjoy tothe full the coming season of luxury travel.nONLY THE BESTAbove:the 43m (141') CRN Hana is available to charter in the Red Sea this winter. Hana isalso for sale at ?14,950,000
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