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Latest news in the charter fleet: Mizu, Lady Joy in Bahamas this winter

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News in the charter fleet

M/Y Mizu, a 174-foot (53m) Oceanfast built in 2004, now available for charter in the Bahamas for summer and winter through Northrop & Johnson.

M/Y Lady Joy, a 157-foot (48m) Christensen built in 2007, available for charter in the Bahamas through Churchill Yacht Partners.

M/Y Pura Vida, a 98-foot (30m) Moonen built in 2009, will be available for charter through Churchill Yacht Partners for the Caribbean winter season, as well as in the Bahamas in spring, and New England in summer.

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