FrontRunners: Off the Charts

  • Marc Paris
    Marc Paris
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Designed for traveling to far-flung destinations, Perini Navi’s Exuma (www.perininavi.it) is doing just that this year. The vessel, which is 164 feet long and has a range of 5,500 nautical miles and a draft of only 7.5 feet, will be available for charter in the waters off Indonesia from July through the end of the summer before spending several months cruising around the Seychelles. Exuma, which sleeps nine passengers in five staterooms, has a charter rate of about $259,000 per week. It can be booked through Fraser Yachts (www.fraseryachts.com).

 

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