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Portofino a favorite of wealthy yachters
For decades, yacht charterers have adored the tiny port of Portofino in Italy. Portofino was once a charming fishing village on the rugged East coast of Italy. Its popularity as a quaint and colorful town has now made it a famous port of call for luxury yachts, sailboats and charter boats. Portofino is a tiny town of cobble-stone streets, framed by hills of silvery, ancient olive groves. From the top of the hill, the views of the harbor and coastline are breathtaking. Cafes, boutique shops…
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Parella 1937 41'
A robust vessel – as might be expected from the yard of Miller and Son on the Clyde and famous for their “Fifer” motor sailers – PARELLA typical of Clyde vessels of that era carries her lines with some elegance. She was recently restored to a high standard by Chantier Stagnol and provides substantial accommodation in the style more of a gentleman’s yacht than a working boat. The restorers have retained PARELLA’s authenticity, while integrating appropriate systems and the comforts expected of…
107' x 22' 1929 Vancouver Shipyard Ted Geary design When she was launched, Cora Marie was considered one of the finest vessels built in Coal Harbour (Vancouver, Canada.) She is constructed with a solid Burma Teak hull. She is powered with twin 240hp 6-110 Detroit diesels. This shot taken in Port Townsend where she is starting a refit project under a new owner. [Rick Etsell photo, 6-14-11]