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  • J Class Yacht Ranger - J5
    The new Ranger was born from the Owner's enthusiasm for these great yachts. There are new yachts, and older, but none so sleek, fast and with beautiful lines and handling. With a new set of Class Rules allowing for the Replica Rebuild of each of the great J Class yachts lost to history, the Owner declared his interest to build a replica of RANGER, to the original lines plans. Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    http://www.sy-ranger.com/
    (Added: Sun Mar 03 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Maltese Falcon
    At 289', the Maltese Falcon isn't a classic yacht, she's a new class of yacht. Her revolutionary sailing system - the Falcon Rig - sets a new milestone in yachting history: 3 self-standing and rotating masts hosting 15 sails for a total sail area of 2,400 square meters (25,791 ft square), handled by the ultimate in Perini Navi Sail Control for unrivalled performance with unmatched safety and manoeuvrability characteristics.
    http://www.symaltesefalcon.com/
    (Added: Mon Jun 22 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Mari-Cha Super Yacht
    The 140 foot Mari-Cha IV was built to become the fastest monohull in the world. It has already broken 4 world speed records to prove it, and will be attempting many more in the future. In October 2003, Mari-Cha IV created sailing history on its maiden voyage when it sailed from New York to the UK in just over 6 days, shattering the prestigious west to east transatlantic speed record by an amazing 2 days, and firmly establishing its status as the world's fastest yacht.
    http://www.mari-cha.com/
    (Added: Fri Dec 10 2004) - Report this link as bad!
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