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UPFRONT OPEN TO QUESTION DO THE MATHS: SUITE TALK


The choice is yours, one night on board the yacht with 12 friends or living in a 3* hotel for two and a half years...?


It costs


€42,800 to charter


1 night on


M/Y Enormous


PEOPLE REQUEST THE STRANGEST THINGS


overboard, “Can we get some more Cristal to feed the fish please…?”


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DID YOU KNOW? THE GIBRALTAR STRAIT, WHICH CONNECTS THE ATLANTIC TO THE MEDITERRANEAN, IS A HOTSPOT FOR KILLER WHALE SIGHTINGS DURING THE TUNA SEASON IN EARLY SPRING AND THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER


FOUND IN THE MED MEDITERRANEAN SWORDFISH


Mediterranean swordfish (also referred to as SWO MED) are fast swimmers and often travel long distances in pursuit of prey. Unlike other fish of its size, Mediterranean swordfish behave differently; they travel alone, or together with their mate, and not in schools. Why are stocks at a critical level in 2020? Two factors: 30 years of relentless overfishing in the Med has wiped out 70% of stocks, and a chronic lack of a management to fish swordfish sustainably and replenish this highly-commercial species.


hile pouring the third bottle


PANORAMA


Modularity is built into PANOBLU™. It efficiently combines


four main components to bring the most distinctive 360° interactive experience. Each component adds important features making PANOBLU™ unique and the most advanced panoramic system in the world. It combines 12 high tech specialised cameras and the computing power of 52 processor cores to capture shots of up to 157 megapixel resolution with in-camera image processing to deliver full-spheric high- resolution panoramic images at a glance. The app is the interface, with its own private user management control system. www.panoblu.com


For that


you could stay


870 nights in an


IBIS hotel SHAUN BYERS, CHEF


I went diving in Chuuk Lagoon, some of the best wreck diving in the world, including a 52m dive on the San Francisco mar (also known as the million dollar wreck). Then a couple of days in Tokyo to chill out and suck up some culture and some amazing food.


LUCY RATCLIFF, DECKHAND I cycled 1501 miles in 33 days from Canada to Mexico solo! It was an awesome experience!! I raised money for The Survivors Trust and The Royal Marines Charity. Two groups of people that deserve more exposure, support and awareness in my opinion.


WILL HOLLINGSHEAD, FIRST MATE Can’t really think of anything... Hang- on! Along with four others, I rowed across the Atlantic ocean and broke the 5 man world record for the fastest crossing. And raised over 100k for the Plastic Soup Foundation. Does that count or is it not interesting enough?


JIMMY CORY, Y3 ROTATIONAL RELIEF ENGINEER


In January we eloped to New Orleans and got married in front of the St Louis Cathedral. Then we partied with pirates, drag queens, and continued the celebrations up to Memphis and Nashville - what a blast!


CHRIS CONRAD, CAPTAIN I play wrestled with a baby elephant. Rode camels around the pyramids of Giza. Got upgraded to first class and drunk them out of champagne. Rode the world’s longest single cable - cable car. Took a tube down a river in Laos! To name a few things….


MUTLU SAYAR, CHEF


A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.


John A. Shedd


I climbed to Lago nero side of Abetone mountain in the snow, I cycled from Viareggio to Monaco and since the first day of 2020 I’ve walked 1000km. Just trying to fill my time you understand. Not sure what to do next.... any suggestions? Or is it back to work??


WHAT IS THE MOST IMPRESSIVE THING YOU HAVE DONE THIS YEAR?


ONBOARD | SPRING / SUMMER 2020 | 11


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