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Luna - available for charter Luna
Length 115m
Number of guests 22
Winter on request
Summer on request
Turama - available for charter Turama
Length 116m
Number of guests 70
Winter 630,000 €
Summer 630,000 €
Alexander   - available for charter Alexander
Length 122m
Number of guests 80
Winter 630,000 €
Summer 630,000 €
Serene - available for charter Serene
Length 134m
Number of guests 24
Winter 3,750,000 €
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Bandido 75 - for sale Bandido 75
Length 24m
Number of guests 8
Price 2,650,000 €
MS 33 - for sale MS 33
Length 33m
Number of guests 8
Price 7,000,000 €
Angel 42M - for sale Angel 42M
Length 42m
Number of guests 20
Price 9,000,000 €
Angel 51M - for sale Angel 51M
Length 51m
Number of guests 10
Price 19,000,000 €


12/10/07   Views 4300
The yachts taking part in the next Superyacht Cup Antigua have now all arrived and are preparing for the regatta which starts on Wednesday 12th December. Sojana, the Farr designed 35m ketch arrived into Falmouth Harbour this morning (December 8th) having completed a Transatlantic race to St.Maarteen. Crossing the line after nearly 12 days at sea, Sojana immediately turned around, no time to even nip ashore and celebrate their arrival, and headed tp Antigua for the next regatta.


The yachts taking part in the next Superyacht Cup Antigua have now all arrived and are preparing for the regatta which starts on Wednesday 12th December. Sojana, the Farr designed 35m ketch arrived into Falmouth Harbour this morning (December 8th) having completed a Transatlantic race to St.Maarteen. Crossing the line after nearly 12 days at sea, Sojana immediately turned around, no time to even nip ashore and celebrate their arrival, and headed tp Antigua for the next regatta.

Tha Superyacht Cup in Palma which has been running for 12 years, has always supported a local charity, which in the last few years has been ‘Joves Navegants’ a charitable organisation that provides children of all ages the opportunity to learn to sail. The obvious choice for the SYC in Antigua was to support a similar organisation ‘The Antigua Yacht Club Youth Program’.

The Antigua program has been running since 1992 and has helped over 1500 students from the island providing an opportunity to learn to sail. In many cases the children have gained a new passion which has helped them progress their education in the marine sector. Three students have gained scholarship to attend Hampton University in the US.

A proportion of the SYC yacht entry fee will go straight to the Antigua Yacht Club Youth Programme and a cheque will be presented at the prize-giving dinner on the final night of the regatta on December 15th.

For more information, please contact:

www.thesuperyachtcup.com

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