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Voyage edit: the best movie locations to visit with your superyacht

Voyage edit: the best movie locations to visit with your superyacht

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Monuriki Island, Fiji

Cast Away

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With the luxuries of a superyacht on hand, you could do worse than be cast away on this coral-fringed island, with its hidden lagoons, pine forest and 178m peak to climb. Unfortunately, Tom Hanks’ marooned character Chuck Noland had a more challenging time on the island, attempting DIY dentistry with an ice skate and a rock and becoming best friends with Wilson the volleyball.

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Northcove Marina, New York

The Wolf of Wall Street

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The 44m superyacht Lady M was used for the classic scene in which stockbroker Jordan Belfort throws handfuls of cash overboard. The marina, which can accommodate yachts up to 53m, sits on the Battery Park City shoreline at the doorstep of the financial district.

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Indian River, Dominica

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

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In the second instalment of the movie series, Jack Sparrow visits voodoo priestess Tia Dalma’s eerie wooden shack on the banks of the Indian River. Moor at Prince Rupert Bay and head upstream for a rowing tour before stopping at Cobra’s Bush Bar for The Dynamite, its signature rum cocktail.

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