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FrontRunners: Great Light Shark

Large panels of windows run nearly the entire length of the main and upper decks of the 161-foot Rossinavi Prince Shark 49 (www.rossinavi.it). The first example, dubbed Param Jamura IV, was delivered in May and made its public debut at the Monaco Yacht Show in September. On Param Jamura IV, natural light fills an interior that features light-colored carpeting and fabrics, white leathers, and bleached wenge wood. The four-deck vessel offers numerous areas for outdoor dining and lounging. The starting price for the Prince Shark 49 is available upon request.

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