Superyacht Cruising, Fishing or Rugby Down Under

Two yachts from Camper and Nicholsons International have plans for 2011 that involve the Southern Hemisphere. Riela will be available for charter in French Polynesia next Summer, before heading to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup in October.
The seventh sailing yacht of the successful Perini Navi 56m series, she was built in 2009 with an elegant and luxurious interior design by Rémi Tessier. She sleeps 12 guests and has a crew of five.
The 42.3m Mea Culpa, from McMullen and Wing, is also heading south and is due in French Polynesia very shortly where she will be available for charter.
She plans to cruise on to Fiji and Australia for the Black Marlin season at the end of the year. Boasting the latest tournament game fishing equipment, she is the perfect for the avid sport fishing enthusiast, but she is equally suitable for those looking for a relaxing charter.
She sleeps eight guests in three double cabins (two convertible to twin cabins) and one twin cabin.