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14Isea& iIWINTER 2010 NEVER ENOUGH Showcasing at the Antigua Charter Show in December, the 42.67m ( 140') Never Enough will subsequently be available for charters in the Caribbean this winter. Refitted in 2007, she boasts a stunning contemporary interior with ample guest areas for entertaining and relaxing. She carries an array of water toys and has a large swim platform. Perfect for family charters, she sleeps ten guests in five staterooms. nLength 42.67m ( 140') nGuests 10 nCruising areaWinter: Caribbean Summer: Mediterranean nPrices fromUS$ 130,000 per week CLEAR EYES Due for launch in 2010, the cruising ketch Clear Eyes combines classic design lines with state- of- the- art rigging and technology, and she offers spacious volume for family charters. Sleeping 12 guests, she will be available in the East Mediterranean next summer. nLength39.3m ( 129') nGuests12 nCruising areaSummer: East Mediterranean nPrices from? 65,000 per week

WINTER 2010I sea& iI15 oncharter NORTHLANDER The recently launched Northlander is a beautiful tri- deck motor yacht. She has an elegant and spacious interior with accommodation for ten guests in three double cabins and two twin cabins. Fitted with cherrywood and woven bamboo, leather detailing and wooden floors and shutters, she has a tropical feel. Northlander will be cruising the Mediterranean next summer. nLength38m ( 124') nGuests10 nCruising area Summer: Mediterranean nPrices from? 90,000 per week STELLA NOVA Originally built for the prince of Sweden in the 1970s, Stella Nova spent the summers cruising in the Swedish archipelagos. Her rebuild in 2006 leaves her fresh, but has in no way compromised her original charm. She sleeps eight to ten guests in three double cabins and one twin cabin, plus a Pullman berth. nLength27. m ( 90') nGuests8- 10 nCruising areaWinter & Summer: The Baltic nPrices from? 34,000 per week