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ISS announces award winners

The International Superyacht Society presented its 2010 Design & Leadership Awards Thursday night in Fort Lauderdale.

The winners were:

Design Awards

  • Best Sail 24-40 meters: Chrisco
  • Best Sail 40-plus meters: Kokomo
  • Best Power 24-40 meters: Northlander
  • Best Power 40-65 meters: Elandess
  • Best Power 65-plus meters: Sunrays
  • Best Interior, Power or Sail: Chrisco

Awards of Distinction & Leadership Award

  • Excellence in Innovation: sailing yacht Soliloquy, Callender Designs
  • Business of the Year: Corporation of Trinity House's Professional Yachtsman Bursary Scheme
  • Distinguished Crew Award: Captain David Hill
  • Leadership Award: Bill Langan, Langan Design Associates Inc.



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