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Goddess of the Seas

Mega-yacht Thea (Greek for Goddess) of Fraser Yachts of Monaco is getting a full body makeover to keep afloat with the increasing demands of the yacht market. Originally launched in 1968, and fully redone in 1999, it is due time for the eterne masterpiece to…Read The Full Post

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Bubbly at Byblos

The Byblos hotel, designed as a Mediterranean village amidst the heart of Saint-Tropez, has been the destination of choice for haute travelers in the South of France for the past 41 years. The hotel have been celebrating its fourth decade with an overhaul and an…Read The Full Post

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Ferragamo in Dubai

Italian shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo has officially slated plans to design the interior of Trident International’s latest building venture in Dubai. The penthouse tower that Ferragamo will design is predicted to be the tallest residential building in global existence at 500 meters high and will…Read The Full Post

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Out of This World

Leisure travel is poised take a giant leap into the final frontier. A Barcelona-based company plans to launch a line-up of space-based hotels with the first travelers embarking in 2012. The Galactic Suite Project released that 38 guests have already booked spots in the first…Read The Full Post

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Haute, Hip, and Happening

A blue Astro Turf sundeck encapsulates the collective quirky-chic modernity of the Standard Hotel. With locations in all of the hipster cities, Downtown LA, Hollywood, New York, and Miami, these hotel branches have quickly evolved into staples of the young, haute, and hip urban scenes.…Read The Full Post

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Superyacht Range Rover Competition

In April, Edmiston, one of the world’s top yacht brokerage and sales firms, and Land Rover, its long-term strategic ally (the luxury SUVs are used as courtesy cars for the yacht company’s clients at events), organized a competition to design the ultimate Superyacht Range Rover.…Read The Full Post

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Yachting for Monets

In a sharp departure from megayacht design standards, the blade-like hull of Andrey Melnichenko’s “A” cuts through water creating no wash at 25 knots, but has made quite a splash in international yachting circles. Taking its design cues from battleships of yore, the 390 ft…Read The Full Post

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