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Part 3: One of the unique charter features aboard Capri is her recording studio.
By Kim Kavin
One of the unique charter features aboard Capri is her recording studio, with state-of-the-art equipment for making music. If you’d prefer to listen to the sounds of the sea, she also carries 20 sets of dive gear.
Moran Yacht & Ship Phone: (954) 768-0707. www.moranyachts.com.
10. Excellence III
At $345,000 per week for 12 guests, Excellence III offers a crew of 14 and a generous amount of deck space, perfect for lounging in the Caribbean sun this winter. “She has a big pedigree, coming out of Abeking & Rasmussen,” says charter broker Agnes Howard of Camper & Nicholsons International’s Fort Lauderdale office. “She’s steel construction, definitely a true miniship. The way she handles any type of weather, there’s no compromising comfort.”
Camper & Nicholsons International Phone: (954) 524- 4250. www.cnconnect.com.
International Yacht Collection Phone: (954) 255-2323. www.yachtcollection.com.
Pegasus carries 13 crew and 12 guests. She was on charter this summer in Sicily and Barcelona at a rate of $315,000 per week. Though she has been available in the Caribbean during previous seasons, her plans for early 2005 were undecided at presstime.
Denison & Daves Phone: (954) 612-1000. www.yachtpegasus.com.
13. Talitha G
At $315,000 per week for 12 guests, Talitha G will be available this winter in the Caribbean.
Edmiston & Co. Phone: (310) 777-6535. www.edmistoncompany.com.
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This article originally appeared in the September 2004 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.