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CNI’s Hurrican Run completes sea trials

CNI’s Hurrican Run completes sea trials

The 53.5m Hurrican Run was the first Feadship to be launched in 2009 and has just successfully completed her sea trials, reaching speeds of 15 knots. Following the tradition of her owner’s present and previous yachts, Thunder Gulch and High Chaparral, Hurrican Run is a development of a well-proven concept. Her build was project managed from start to finish by Alex Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons in Monaco and is under management with CNI’s Yacht Management Division. Within one week of Hurrican Run’s launch, her build slot at Feadship’s Aalsmeer facility was filled by Alex’s 55m project Kahalani, due for delivery in 2010.

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