Patrick Knowles is a tasteful mix of textures, fine art, and neutral colors in furniture, fabric, carpeting, and stonework. The formal dining area is nothing short of stunning – with a table that seats 14 comfortably.
MI SUENO’s charter rates begin at €280,000 EUROS per week. We would love to charter her to you for the vacation of a lifetime! Give us a call or email! For more information about luxury motoryacht MI SUENO, contact SailAway Yacht Charters at: http://www.1800sailaway.com/contact_us.html
Captain Brandon Washington and his professional crew of 3 look forward to having you onboard to experience the vacation of a lifetime!
Built for comfort, Hargrave yachts are popular with small to medium sized families looking to escape to the Bahamas for a long weekend. M/Y DA BUBBA will fill a void recently created by the departure of two other same-sized Hargrave yachts leaving the charter market – motor yacht SEAFARER and Hargrave yacht COCKTAILS.
Commencing with her recent appearance at the 2012 Asia Rendezvous, the 57.5 meter yacht TWIZZLE is now in Phuket – in position for exploring the Andaman Sea through April 2013. The skipper's planned itinerary includes Thailand, Burma, Andaman Islands, Malaysia and Singapore yacht charter options.
In addition to her numerous awards for design and construction, she has impressed scores of charter guests as a fast, yet comfortable passage-maker. No doubt, Asian yacht charter enthusiasts will reach the same conclusions this spring.
Her weekly luxury yacht charter rates are from $266,000. For additional yacht charter information, please contact SailAway Yacht Charters at http://www.1800sailaway.com/contact_us.html, at your service, 24 hours a day.
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As fuel cost continue to rise, improving the energy efficiency of power generation on superyacht vessels has become a priority. Engine manufacturers are now working hand-in-hand with naval architects to ensure the next generation of the world’s largest yachts are more efficient than present day vessels.
Jana Sheeder, President of SailAway Yacht Charters and luxury yacht charter industry maven reports there is great promise in the use of natural gas. “We see dual fuel engines as a developing trend; engines that can run on either natural gas or diesel fuel,” says Sheeder. “Converting an existing diesel engine to operate in a dual capacity is a fairly simple procedure. The biggest challenge for existing yachts is where to find room for the natural gas tank storage. This will be less of an issue for new-builds, as naval architects can design storage space at the inception.”
Several manufacturers are already marketing gas conversion systems for Caterpillar generators, and Caterpillar, itself, is committed to build duel fuel engines for the future. Joel Feucht, an energy director at Caterpillar reports the company is, “All-in” on gas. “We are going to invest because we see a global market long term. Large engines are going gas. It’s not debatable; it’s our conclusion.”