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WINTER 2012 Isea&iI 11newsandviewsOn the 25 October, more than 300 superyacht owners, designers and industry leadersgathered for the annual ShowBoatsDesign Awards ceremony in Florida's PalmBeach. Camper & Nicholsons congratulates all the winners and, in particular, those from theCamper & Nicholsons' fleet. The award for best Interior Design for a displacement motoryacht of 100' - 199' went to Remi Tessier for the 55m (180'7) Kahalani. Built by Feadship incollaboration with Camper & Nicholsons broker Alex Lees Buckley, Kahalani is for private useonly. Her exterior is a modern take on the classic DeVoogt/Feadship design, and incorporatesbespoke exterior furniture by Remi Tessier. The award-winning interior combines oiled ebonyflooring, high-gloss Makasar ebony units, highly polished stainless steel detailing, sycamoreand silver-leaf ceilings, specially hand-crafted wall finishes, custom loose furniture and softfurnishings, and Calacatta marble bathrooms. At her launch, Henk deVries announced thatKahalani had one of the highest levels of finish ever delivered by the Feadship yard. The Exterior Design & Styling Award for a semi-displacement motor yacht went to LanganDesign Associates for the 42.2m (138'8) Calliope. Built by Holland Jachtbouw with LanganDesign Associates, Calliope is an all-aluminium gentleman's yacht. A high specification andextreme comfort were prime objectives, with noise and vibration issues rating as highpriorities. Her masculine lines have a traditional feel, and atop her distinctive blue hull herthree decks feature an integrated bridge that contributes to her classic profile. Calliopeis available for charter in the Caribbean this winter through Camper & Nicholsons. SHOWBOATS DESIGN AWARDSYoung Designer of the YearAward 2011Camper & Nicholsons congratulates MichaelGivens, winner of the Young Designer of the YearAward for his project KT during the ShowBoatsDesign Awards evening in Palm Beach, US (see left). Givens received the award before an audienceof yacht owners and influential members of thesuperyacht industry. As the winning designer, healso gained complimentary entry to the two-daySuperyachts Design Symposium, which precededthe prize-giving ceremony. He has also beenoffered a discretionary two-week work-experienceattachment in an established yacht design office. The other finalists are also celebrating as theyhave the opportunity to gain first-hand industryexperience at Lürssen Shipyard in Germany.Camper & Nicholsons thanks all those whosubmitted outstanding designs, in particulartheYoung Designer of the Year Award 2011 final-ists Bill Coxon and Adam Koolman for Evolution,Jorge Jabor Pinheiro for Narwhal, MishaMerzliakov for Eva, Nick Mezas for R&R, and, ofcourse, the winner Michael Givens for KT. The competition, sponsored by Camper &Nicholsons, is for design students and recentgraduates, and in the past has uncovered some ofthe industry's most innovative creative talent.Entries were submitted by youngsters from 15countries, including the UK, the US, Italy, France,the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, India,Taiwan, Indonesia and Bangladesh.The 55m (180'7) KahalaniThe 42.2m (138'8) CalliopeMichael GIvens (right) with Camper &Nicholsons' US President Matt Emerson

The world's largest yacht showcelebrated its 52nd incarnation thisyear. Taking place between 27 and 31October, the Fort Lauderdale InternationalBoat Show hosted a range of the industry'smost celebrated yachts. Camper & Nicholsons had a number ofyachts from its sales fleet on display, someof which are also available for charter,including the 43.3m (142') Incentive fromPalmer Johnson, the 34.15m (112')Catalonian Spirit from Inace, the 34.1m(111'9) Symphony II from Westport and the23.5m (77'1) Happy Fish from Hatteras. The week kicked off on the Tuesdayevening with the annual Captain'sAppreciation dinner hosted by the YachtManagement division of Camper &Nicholsons at The Blue Moon Restaurant.Camper & Nicholsons also hosted clientsthroughout the show with refreshmentsand lunch at the VIP café and terrace anda cocktail party hosted on Never Enoughon the Friday evening. FORT LAUDERDALE INTERNATIONAL BOAT SHOWMonaco Yacht Show ReportCamper & Nicholsons celebrated anothersuccessful Monaco Yacht Show in September,offering a fine display of yachts along withnumerous social events to keep guests andclients entertained. This year, Camper &Nicholsons' impressive line-up included the62.5m (205'5) Icon (co-presented with MerleWood Associates), the 60m (196'8) Blue EyesLondon from CRN, the 55.5m (182') Drizzle fromFeadship, the 50m (164'4) TJ Esperanza fromAmels, the 49.9m (163'7) QM of London fromBenetti, the 43.3m (142) Enterprise from PeriniNavi SpA, and the 37.14m (121'8) Marflow fromDutch Yacht Builders S.A. A number of impressively attended socialevents also took place, including a cocktailevening at the Yacht Club de Monaco on the eveof the show's opening. The following evening sawCamper & Nicholsons hosting cocktails with EliteTravelerSuperyachtsand Ulysse Nardin aboardthe 60m (196'8) Blue Eyes. On the Thursday,Camper & Nicholsons headed to the Monte CarloBeach Club to host a gala dinner in associationwith Rolls Royce Marine and Barclays Wealth.Newport Bucket ReportAs official sponsor of the 2011 Newport BucketRegatta, Camper & Nicholsons' brokers andclients were ready to cheer the 16 yachts set torace in this celebrated annual event. However,with an unwelcome visitor in the form ofHurricane Irene the organisers were forced tocancel proceedings for the second time in theevent's 25-year history. Fortunately, after a quickrethink by organisers, disappointment wasforgotten as owners and crew enjoyed a newschedule of entertainment, including a golf tour-nament, evening events and an aerobatic display. 12Isea&iIWINTER 2012EVENTSThe 34.1m (111'9) Symphony II