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News in the charter fleet: Rarity, Steel with Hill Robinson

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M/Y Rarity, a 180-foot (55m) Rossinavi built in 2008, available for summer charter in the Mediterranean through Hill Robinson.

M/Y Steel, a 180-foot (55m) ice class expedition yacht launched by Pendennis in 2009, available for summer charter in the Baltic and Scandinavia through Hill Robinson.

S/Y Sharlou, formerly Sarissa, a 140-foot (42.6m) Vitters Holland built in 2011, based in Mallorca and available for summer charter through Camper & Nicholsons.

M/Y Sexy Fish, a 129-foot (39.3m) Tansu built in 2016, available for charter in the South of France through BGYB.

M/Y Sea Axis, a 125-foot (38m) Heesen built in 1988 and refitted in 2018, available for charter in the Bahamas through Churchill Yacht Partners.

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