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Think small

Providing plenty of entertainment options is one of the keys to successful charters, and keeping the owner happy. But what do you do when space is limited? Think small.


The MiniCat

The MiniCat, distributed in the US by Superyacht Tenders and Toys, fits the bill. The small sailing catamaran comes in two models, suited for two or four passengers—the 310 or 420. Both models collapse for easy storage into one (310) or two bags (410). When guests are ready to play again, you can rebuild the boat in about 30 minutes. Both models are available in a range of colors to coordinate with the mothership. Other fun options include a small motor that can be fitted to the 420 model.

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The Sea Cabana


Architect, designer, and producer Stuart Parr founded ParrLuxe to manufacture floating real estate, and the Sea Cabana is definitely that. Available in a wide range of sizes, the Sea Cabana can be fitted with a built-in sea pool (with or without jellyfish netting), ice chest, removable canopy and an all-lounging layout. Hypalon tubes, which inflate in about 15 minutes, keep the Sea Cabana and up to 20 people afloat.

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Jet Lev Gets Higher. And Lower


The personal flight pack from JetLev has been turning heads for a while now, but a new model might up the ante even more. The newly released JetLev R200x improves on several key features, according to its manufacturer. It offers a better ride, fuel economy and inproves on thrust and electronics system. In addition, it comes at a reduced price. The base price of the new R200x is a mere $68,500.

For an article on the previous JetLev model, click here.

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