Since graduating from University two years ago it has been my dream to sail around the big blue sea as a deckhand on a megayacht. Before pursuing this dream, however, I spent two years traveling around South America, learning Spanish and learning the most important skill, the language of love I have recently returned from my foray, and have moved to Ft. Lauderdale to pursue my dream at last. I have found, however, that as green as I am getting a deckhand job is not the easyist task. I am very personable, the agencies love me, but it's hard to get a captain to give my CV a second look with out any sea experience. I've been getting ocasional day work, but landing my first job on a yacht is proving to be tough. So, captains, any suggestions?
New nomenclature is the least striking element of the Azimut S7 slated to make her debut at Cannes in September. Have a look at how huge expanses of glass in both hull- and house sides fit together in an intriguing shape that delivers big-time in the interior spaces.
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When Capt. Bill Pike took a virtual-reality tour of the coming Hatteras 90 Motoryacht at the last Yachts Miami Beach show, he found plenty of show-stopping details, including fold-out balconies and a flexible layout ripe for customization.
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