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SPRING-SUMMER 2011I sea&iI27x4PRINCESS MARIANAThe 78.6m (257'8) Princess Mariana has six decks (equatingto a deck for every couple she accommodates) and among manyattributes she has an on-board beach club and a 12m (40')swimming pool. It should come as no surprise to learn she alsohas an excellent spa service. The on-board therapist hails fromCape Town, South Africa, and has a raft of diplomas coveringexpertise in a wide range of wellbeing therapies, includingaromatherapy, reflexology, epilation, skincare, aesthetics,Thaimassage, Indian head massage and face mapping. The spamenu is suitably extensive to reflect this, and invites guests tochoose from massages, hand and foot treatments, facials andwaxing. Hair and make-up services are also available so you canremain top-to-toe beautiful while on board. Princess Mariana is available for charters in the WestMediterranean. Prices from ?650,000 per week for up to12 guestsST EKATERINAThe dedicated expertise of on-board beautician andmasseuse Ebony Hanson makes a charter on the 60m(196'8) Benetti St Ekaterina a divine experience.Holding the highest beauty qualification in Australia,Hanson offers manicures, pedicures, massages(Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, Swedish, hot-stone, Reiki, preg-nancy, and the Australian Kodo technique), along withsalt scrubs, facialsand waxing treatments. Mini half-hourtreatments (such as scalp massages and 'floating feet')are an extra treat. St Ekaterina is available for charters in the WestMediterranean. Prices from ?240,000 per week for upto 12 guestsSHERAKHANWellbeingabounds on board the 69.6m (228'5) Sherakhan.Her Jacuzzi accommodatesan impressive 18 guests, and shealso has a gym, sauna/steam room, sun bed and treatmentroom. Simply decide, pre-charter, what your needs might be,and your CNI charter broker will arrange whatever beauticians,therapists and yoga or Pilates instructorsyou require. Theseexperts can often join you on board for the duration of yourcruise if you require daily treatments or fitness instruction, orthey can come on board at select ports of call during your charter.All you need do is relax and let the wellbeing travel to you.Sherakhan is available for charters in the West and EastMediterranean. Prices from ?395,000 per week for up to26 guests

28Isea&iISPRING-SUMMER 2011where in the[sea&ibrings you the latest luxury travel newsworld.]Adding a buzz to the heart of Vancouver's downtown district from May is the new Rosewood Hotel Georgia. The hotel began life inthe 1920s when it welcomed British royalty and Hollywood stars, and exactly 84 years to the day that it first opened its doors thiscelebrated city landmark is relaunching with all its former glory, albeit it with a modern twist. Past guests include Elvis Presley, Ginger Rogers,Frank Sinatra and The Rolling Stones, but today's guests will enjoy even greater luxury than these legends. A new fitness centre, 16m(54') indoor saltwater lap pool and a spa serve the 155 rooms and suites, which are all decorated in shades of pale blue, ivory andchocolate. Two penthouse suites each have a private rooftop terrace with city views, an outdoor hot tub and fireplace. The hotel'sHawksworth Restaurant is operated by top Canadian chef David Hawksworth, and there is also a vaulted underground cocktail lounge.www.rosewoodhotelgeorgia.comTHE RETURN OF AN OLD FAVOURITE