German-owned luxury yacht sets sail for Nunavut
When the Government of Nunavut got serious this past June about regulating marine tourism within the territory, officials were probably thinking about water craft such as the Hetairos . A world class sailing yacht nearly 67 meters long, the Hetairos - which means comrade or companion in Greek mythology - plans to ply the Northwest Passage this month with eight to 12 guests on board and a dozen crew members.
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August 11, 2016 at 05:57AM
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