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Chartering the British Virgin Islands Aboard Encore, a 150-foot Megayacht from Trinity Yachts.

By Alyssa Haak | Posted November 2012 | Add a Comment

Guests who enjoy an attentive crew, mouthwatering meals, and a bevy of watersports should jump right in and cheer for a charter on this renewed boat with the latest amenities.

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Riding the Tides

By Alyssa Haak | Posted January 2012 | Add a Comment

Photo by Jim RaycroftCapt. Barry BramhillRiding the TidesSometimes the customer isn’t always right—and shouldn’t be.Even the most carefully planned charters can encounter hiccups, but quick thinking...

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Chartering Sherakhan

By Alyssa Haak | Posted February 2011 | Add a Comment

And Now for Something Completely DifferentDuring a traditional megayacht charter, guests plan a weeklong itinerary with their favorite stops, meals, and activities (for a six-figure fee plus expenses...

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Go-Anywhere Attitude

By Kim Kavin | Posted September 2008 | Add a Comment

Sure, I'm excited as I approach Latitude, but like everyone else in the dinghy, I can't help but look past her. In any other place, on any given day, odds are the 170-footer would be the biggest boat...

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Palm Paradise

By Catherine Pearsonphotos by Tom Salyer | Posted September 2008 | Add a Comment

"We need to pick a fight," I whispered to my boyfriend, Ben, needling him in the side. "Let's make it a big one with lots of shouting. And tears. I can't handle all this dreaminess."It was night one...

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Exclusive Elegance

By Kim Kavin | Posted April 2008 | Add a Comment

Gustavia Harbour on St. Barts is to yacht charter what The Late Show With David Letterman is to celebrities. There are only so many places to park yourself in front of the audience, and there are...

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The World's Most Expensive Charter Yachts

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

Money can't buy everything. No matter how much you have, most of the yachts on the Power...

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Outside In

By Kim Kavin | Posted September 2006 | Add a Comment

Of all the fish living today, more than 96 percent are teleosts, or bony fishes. They evolved from fish that had external skeletons, eventually developing tough internal bones that made them stronger...

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Big Bills, Little Bills

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted September 2006 | Add a Comment

The fish is peeling line off my heavy-duty Penn International 70VS like a Japanese bullet train hell-bent to make one station stop—freedom. Fighting 22 pounds of drag at strike, the unseen and...

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Thinking Big

By | Posted January 2005 | Add a Comment

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Queen of the Oceans

By | Posted January 2003 | Add a Comment

Queen of the Oceans - A World Cruise

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