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  1. Harle , launched by Feadship's Royal Van Lent yard in 2007, is part of its F45 Vantage series, with a classic-looking displacement hull and five staterooms. The owner's office can also be converted...
  2. The Feadship F45 Vantage semicustom series was launched to offer a more competitively priced option than the Dutch builder’s fully custom designs in the same size range. Space is hull number one, and...
  3. The second-largest Feadship ever built, this yacht underwent a refit in 2006 that included maximizing the outdoor decks for guest use. Utopia was sold in March 2009 for an undisclosed amount. Inside...
  4. This was the first motor yacht to feature a new, retractable, top-deck awning system that Feadship designed to help limit guest exposure to the sun. Inside Information: This yacht’s original name in...
  5. Even the tenders are customized on this custom motor yacht. They include a 28-foot Vaudrey Miller and a 28-foot Chris-Craft Corsair, both exceptional boats in their own right.
  6. Four of the guest cabins on this yacht can be converted into two suites, so if you’re cruising with a small party of friends or family, everyone can enjoy more luxurious accommodations. Inside...
  7. This yacht has zero-speed stabilizers, which prevent her from rolling with the waves while you’re trying to enjoy dinner on the aft deck at anchor. Inside Information: There are three jet tenders...
  8. The owners of this yacht are wine lovers, so there is a chilled display case that holds hundreds of bottles in between the main dining and living room areas.
  9. The term country house hotel can conjure up images of crumbling Edwardian piles with drafty rooms, threadbare furnishings, and a culinary oeuvre that trades heavily on spotted dick and bangers and...
  10. Hôtel Le Bristol occupies an enviable position among Paris’ palace hotels. For one, the establishment is owned by Germans, the Oetker family, who ensure that the 85-year-old property runs like...

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