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SHOW NEWS8Isea&iISPRING-SUMMER 2011[ssecae&inesNews from aroundthe world of luxury yachting ]MIAMI SHOWThe Miami International Boat Show, held between the 17 and 21February at the Miami Beach Convention Center, is renowned forshowcasing the world's largest fleet of superyachts for sale and charter.This year was no exception, with CNI displaying a spectacular range ofnew listings, including the 47m (154'2) Lionwind from Feadship, the42.6m (141') Emerald Star from CRN, the 40.2m (132') Life's Finest IIfrom Northcoast, the 39.65m (130'1) Misunderstood from OvermarineMangusta, the 38.1m (125') Milk & Honey from Palmer Johnson, the 34m(112') Hide Out from Westport, the 26m (86') Zicanaia from Ferretti, andthe 20.43m (66'9) Sandy from Bertram. Lionwind

SPRING-SUMMER 2011 Isea&iI 9newsandviewsAfleet of 40 yachts gathered in the Caribbean between the24 and 27 March for the 16th edition of the St Barths Bucket- the much-loved annual regatta for large sailing yachts. Thisregatta is one of a kind, gathering sailing superyacht owners andtheir yachts in St Barths' Gustavia Harbor for a week of fun andracing. As the sleepy French island came to life, the quay, which isusually filled with motoryachts, was a sea of sailing vessels. As asponsor of the event, CNI's brokers and clients were there to cheeron the 54m (178') Parsifal III, the 45.3m (148'6) Helios, the 35m (115')Sojana and the 30m (100') Virago, which were all racing. CNI is delighted to announce that the overall winner, after threedays of racing, was the 30m (100') Virago, chartered by CNI clientsspecifically for the St Barths Bucket. Congratulations go to bothVirago and Helios, which won the Les Grandes Dames class.ST BARTHS BUCKETHeliosPhotography: Howard Wietz