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Yachts International debuts charter-yacht digital magazine

Yachts International magazine released Private Yacht Vacations 2013, an online selection of charter yachts available worldwide.

The online publication is available now and features available yachts broken down by locations, including the Caribbean and Bahamas, the Americas, Pacific and Mediterranean.

It also an introduction to the charter lifestyle and gives those new to yacht charter some tips on getting started.

The highly visual, 122-page online magazine also features more than 50 pages of charter yachts, including categories such as “Specifications,” “Tenders and Toys” and “Dates,” as well as interior and exterior photos.

Yachts International is owned by Active Interest Media, which also owns Soundings Trade Only.

Click here for the full release.

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