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Superyacht Titania: True Sophistication in Design

Super Yachts Charters - Tue, 07/04/2017 - 16:24
Superyacht Titania: True Sophistication in Design The Lurssen delivery of Titania, a 73m wonder that glided the ocean with poise and elegance, made its interior debut in 2012. This welcome refit combined the stamp of a Lurssen pedigree with the luxe of a Francois Zuretti design offering the ultimate recipe for relaxation. Relinquishing even the wildest of fantasies for any charter guest.

A Dramatic Vision 
Externally, its visual allure is evident. The credibility of a Lurssen build, and glorious Espen Oeino lines appear as striking from afar as up-close, painting a sleek and stylish silhouette against a backdrop of any destination. Her colossal stature of sophistication makes her a true lady of the ocean, with all eyes on such a unique shape, perfect proportion and immaculate detail. With design focus from the outset, there is no doubt this vessel's glamour begins before you set sail, with an on board experience as enjoyable as the vision of her bodacious build.

Beach-Chic Living
As breathtaking as her build, Titania's Beach Club takes its guests into the ultimate euphoria, inviting its guests into ample deck space for miles of ocean views and lazy afternoons spent on its swim up bar, where the sun beats down blissfully. With a swim platform at sea level, its design is an ode to the ocean, integrating guests into an immersive experience of the ocean itself. As the evening turns to dusk, its deck space can be turned into a Night Club for any occasion, transforming its bright, modern day space into a glitzy hub of cocktails and pulsating beats for endless entertainment. 

From Deck to Decedance
Taking the plunge into its pool doesn't end there. Step inside the sumptuous style and quality only derived from the finest of interior designers.  Her Francois Zuretti interior upgrade, just like Oceanco's 62.30m Lady Christina's owes everything to traditionalism, ensuring it pays homage to classic stylings. Its cosy seating area and formal dining room marries warm woods, rich textures and expansive windows, allowing a generous pouring in of natural light. A design that is classic and decedant, it invites guests to enjoy two master suites, a VIP cabin and four doubles, all with beautifully appointed marble bathrooms, boasting underfloor heating with comfort defining he very essence of your stay. 

Meet the Masseuse
Titania cannot boast unrivalled relaxation simply by design alone. An unforgettable experience with one of her qualified Masseuses on board will transcend you into the depths of utopia in a sensory escape. Combine an Elemis and Carita face and body range with a unique Lime and Ginger Salt Scrub allowing you to delve into serenity as you breathe in the salty perfume of the ocean. Built for a sublime escape, its spa facilities distinguish the vessel as a true contender for oceanic indulgence. 

6th-Deck Workouts
With a 6th deck gymnasium, Titania paints the ultimate panoramic views to break a sweat or become the master of meditation with the ocean at your feet. Its stunning enclosed glass veranda is another jaw-dropping design feature that ensures you are engulfed in an azure paradise, with a unique angle of nature at every corner. Being climate-controlled this gymnasium allows you to enjoy the finest fitness equipment and on-board personal trainer in a temperature as cool and comfortable as you desire. 

Azure Escapes
This Lurssen vessel prides itself on its Aqua Park, transforming it suddenly from a paradise portal of relaxation into an activity base for all the family to enjoy. Its complete water park deployed from the beach club adds further to an experience of being at harmony with the sea, providing a safe splash zone, inflatable slide, trampoline and climbing frame - for warm water afternoons basking in island bliss.  

Available to charter with Burgess Yachts, for Summer cruising in the Mediterranean. 

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3 July New course week starts

Booker Gliding - Tue, 07/04/2017 - 07:31
Wedged between 2 fronts, the day started with overcast at 1800ft, soon lifting to 2200ft and then becoming SCT at 4000ft. Very good thermals late afternoon.

The Pawnee was wheeled around to the workshop for Robin to fit a new set of brakes, good to get that done before the Regionals in 11 days time.

Matt Bignold started his 5 day course today and got treated to some very good thermals later in the afternoon.


Matt describes himself as a "number crucncher" and works in Reading.

Thanks Jim for doing his usual fantastic towing and running around to keep us flying, and all with a big smile.

29 June 2017 LS7 now flying. Richard puts it through its paces

Booker Gliding - Fri, 06/30/2017 - 17:12
After being given a good polish, Richard climbed in the LS7 and put it through its paces.


Hows this strap go then?
Welcome to Mike Sheppard who continued his PPL conversion course in today. 
John Blake resoloed today, very well done to him. He went solo and achieved a bronze C many years ago. lets hope we see more of him and also see a few more solos over the coming months.

28 June Weather is poor, new tea pot is put through initial trials

Booker Gliding - Thu, 06/29/2017 - 09:24
Wall to wall cloud today, only good enough for groundschool.

As you can see on the sounding, pretty cloudy today!

 Of course this didnt stop Bob from testing out the new teapot. The theory is we will save on teabags, any views?
 Richard enjoyed a cup as part of the tasting session.
Graham Saw can be seen trying to escape a photo opportunity. I asked him for an endorsement of the new pot, he declined saying that someone in his position shouldnt be seen to endorse a commercial product. he didnt really I just made that up.

Flyable tomorrow----we hope.

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