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News in the charter fleet August 2016

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M/Y Polaris I, a 158.5-foot Rossi Navi, is now being offered for charter by Camper & Nicholsons International.

M/Y Lady M II, the 164-foot Hakvoort, will winter in the Caribbean and is represented through Merle Wood & Associates.

M/Y Northern Lights, the 132-foot Westship, is booking trips in the Bahamas and Caribbean with representation from Merle Wood & Associates.

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