FrontRunners: Greek System

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Atalanta Golden Yachts’ newest offering, O’Rama (www.atalantagoldenyachts.com), showcases the Athens-based company’s two specialties: building vessels larger than 70 feet, and managing those boats as charter yachts. Eleven crewmembers serve the 176-foot O’Rama, which accommodates as many as 17 passengers across four decks and seven cabins. Large indoor and outdoor living spaces incorporate computers and multiple satellite TVs to keep guests connected and entertained. A pair of WaveRunners and two tenders facilitate exploration of the Mediterranean and Red seas, where Atalanta began chartering O’Rama in April for rates beginning at about $215,000 per week.

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