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Mott Marvin Kornicki
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Description: Martha Ann offers seven staterooms that can accommodate up to 18 guests. The split-level master suite on the main deck features a private observation lounge that offers a 180-degree panoramic view. She has handcrafted woodwork, custom furniture, gold accents, marble flooring, onyx countertops, silk carpeting, and iPod docks throughout. She also accommodates 22 crew members.

Features: Swimming pool with swim up bar, theatre, full gym, lavish furnishings throughout, sports bar with flat screen TV and wet bar, Jacuzzi, circular glass elevator, cinema, limousine tender, two wave runners.
1. Martha Ann
1. Martha Ann
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Length: 230’

Estimated Purchase Price: ~ $79,000,000

Estimated Charter Price: ~ $645,000 per week

Builder: Lurssen

Exhibitor: IYC

Description: Martha Ann offers seven staterooms that can accommodate up to 18 guests. The split-level master suite on the main deck features a private observation lounge that offers a 180-degree panoramic view. She has handcrafted woodwork, custom furniture, gold accents, marble flooring, onyx countertops, silk carpeting, and iPod docks throughout. She also accommodates 22 crew members.

Features: Swimming pool with swim up bar, theatre, full gym, lavish furnishings throughout, sports bar with flat screen TV and wet bar, Jacuzzi, circular glass elevator, cinema, limousine tender, two wave runners.

2. Double Down
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Length: 213’

Estimated Purchase Price: ~ $46,550,000

Estimated Charter Price: ~ $441,500 - $455,000 per week

Builder: Codecasa

Exhibitor: Merle Wood & Assoc.

Description: Designed by the Codecasa team, Double Down features a high-quality, tech-savvy stabilization system to ensure maximum stability whilecruising or at anchor. Twelve guests are accommodated in nine lavish staterooms, including a master suite, five double staterooms and three twin cabins. The main deck’s salon is home to a grand piano. She accommodates 20 crew members.

Features: A four-deck glass elevator, fully outfitted gym, movie theater, innovative upper deck dining area with bi-fold sliding glass doors allowing 270-degree views, eight-person Jacuzzi, large sun beds and shaded lounging on aft bridge deck, discreet crew accessibility throughout every level for five-star service.

2. Double Down
Photos/YachtCharterFleet
Length: 213’

Estimated Purchase Price: ~ $46,550,000

Estimated Charter Price: ~ $441,500 - $455,000 per week

Builder: Codecasa

Exhibitor: Merle Wood & Assoc.

Description: Designed by the Codecasa team, Double Down features a high-quality, tech-savvy stabilization system to ensure maximum stability whilecruising or at anchor. Twelve guests are accommodated in nine lavish staterooms, including a master suite, five double staterooms and three twin cabins. The main deck’s salon is home to a grand piano. She accommodates 20 crew members.

Features: A four-deck glass elevator, fully outfitted gym, movie theater, innovative upper deck dining area with bi-fold sliding glass doors allowing 270-degree views, eight-person Jacuzzi, large sun beds and shaded lounging on aft bridge deck, discreet crew accessibility throughout every level for five-star service.

3. Skyfall
Photos/Northrop & Johnson
Length: 191’

Estimated Purchase Price: ~ $30,100,000

Estimated Charter Price: ~ $289,500 - $300,000 per week

Builder: Trinity Yachts

Exhibitor: IYC

Description: Built in 2010 by Trinity Yachts, Skyfall is 191’. Her all-aluminum exterior with a shallow draft allows for access to shallow waters that yachts of her size typically cannot reach. Her interior sleeps 17 guests in seven rooms, including a split-level master suite, VIP stateroom and five guest staterooms. In addition, she can carry up to 13 crew onboard in separate quarters.

Features: Spacious entertaining areas on all decks, touch-and-go-helipad, splash pool and spa tub on sundeck, split-level master suite with panoramic vistas, gym, basketball hoop, state-of-the-art stabilization system, 42” TV screens and en-suite bathrooms in all cabins, 30’ TBC tender and 18’ Novurania tender and tender garage, beach club, urban contemporary interior by Patrick Knowles.
3. Skyfall
Photos/Northrop & Johnson
Length: 191’

Estimated Purchase Price: ~ $30,100,000

Estimated Charter Price: ~ $289,500 - $300,000 per week

Builder: Trinity Yachts

Exhibitor: IYC

Description: Built in 2010 by Trinity Yachts, Skyfall is 191’. Her all-aluminum exterior with a shallow draft allows for access to shallow waters that yachts of her size typically cannot reach. Her interior sleeps 17 guests in seven rooms, including a split-level master suite, VIP stateroom and five guest staterooms. In addition, she can carry up to 13 crew onboard in separate quarters.

Features: Spacious entertaining areas on all decks, touch-and-go-helipad, splash pool and spa tub on sundeck, split-level master suite with panoramic vistas, gym, basketball hoop, state-of-the-art stabilization system, 42” TV screens and en-suite bathrooms in all cabins, 30’ TBC tender and 18’ Novurania tender and tender garage, beach club, urban contemporary interior by Patrick Knowles.

4. Madsummer
Photos/Moran Yacht & Ship
Length: 182’

Estimated Purchase Price: ~ $32,500,000

Estimated Charter Price: N/A

Builder: Feadship

Exhibitor: Moran Yacht & Ship

Description: Madsummer features accommodations for 10 guests in five spacious staterooms. Her open deck areas combined with her well laid out interior space make her an excellent turnkey vessel for family cruising. She also accommodates 14 crew members.

Features: Open deck areas, Jacuzzi, master suite with study and walk-in wardrobe, two waverunners, two kayaks, water skis and tows, swim platform, flat and plasma screen TVs, modern design.
The 32nd Annual Palm Beach International Boat Show, March 23-26, 2017, is one of the top five boat shows in the country. Check out the 9 largest superyachts that will be on display.

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Chrome is already the most popular and powerful browser for your PC, but you may be missing out on more ways to improve your experience. Delve into Chrome’s massive extensions library or tinker with under-the-hood features, and see how you can enjoy smarter, faster browsing.

Chrome has a considerable network of extensions, some of which can be found in the Chrome Web Store, while others are available from particular providers. For the most part, extensions, err, extend what your browser can do, connecting to your favorite services so you can do most of your work in Chrome and get it done faster.

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The expedition-ready superyacht Naia 🛳 Superyacht Naia departing St Mararten 🇱🇨 Seen here departing St Maarten is the 73-metre Spanish-built superyacht Naia, previously known as Pegaso. Freire Shipyard in Vigo launched her in 2011 and she remains the largest yacht to have been built in Spain till this day. She is designed by H2 Yacht Design and Moore Yacht Design as a rugged research vessel and top operate as a luxury yacht. Her expedition capabilities include a five-person submarine, an enormous fully certified helipad, and offers an incredible 10,000 nm range while cruising at 12 knots. Naia has since returned to the Mediterranean where she will spend her summer season.

Photo by Marc-André Mireault

http://www.superyachttimes.com/yacht-news/the-expedition-ready-superyacht-naia/

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Apple iPhone is world’s most popular smartphone. It’s fascinating how one smartphone has made people go gaga over it. Ever since it was launched people are crazy about them. Why wouldn’t they be? They are one of the best smartphones available in the market. A few months ago Apple launched ios 10 with some amazing features. But even if it’s been months not all of us are not aware of its hidden features. Therefore to help you out of it, we will tell you 8 hidden features that might surprise you!

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Commentary 📲 Apple's smallest new iPhone, with more storage, is a better bet than the iPhone 6S -- but keep in mind the internals are now a year older.

One year ago, when it was first released, I really liked the iPhone SE. (See the video above, which is from 2016.) There's a clear reason why: it was basically a smaller version of the iPhone 6S -- the same processor and same camera as the then-current top dog in Apple's phone lineup -- for less money.

A year later, the iPhone SE has gotten its first upgrade. Apple has upped the storage capacity: Now you can get a 32GB model for $399, £379 or AU$679 and a 128GB version for $499, £479 or AU$829. That's up from 16GB and 64GB for the same respective pricing. But there are no other hardware changes.

The iPhone SE is basically an iPhone 6S in an iPhone 5S body. For those who think the body of the 4.7-inch iPhone models feels too large, the SE provides the "classic" iPhone size with a 4-inch screen. But now, it's got the hardware of a year and a half ago, versus six months.

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