Charter Your Next Cruise on the Chris Cline yacht, Mine Games

A luxury cruise chartered on Mine Games can be a vacation to remember. The luxurious hand polished American Cherry, Burled Maple and Figured Bubinga woods combine to give the ship an old world charm yet the spacious design has all the modern comforts you would need. The main salon has a plasma television entertainment center for you and your guests to enjoy. You can enjoy dinner in one of two formal dining rooms and adjoining lounges. The rich colors and exquisite attention to detail give the interior of the yacht an opulent feel.

Up to 12 guests have their choice of five staterooms each with plasma televisions and independent satellite reception. Each stateroom also has it own ensuite bath for your privacy and comfort. The Master Stateroom features a 180 degree view from its king size bed and the split level design includes an ensuite bath and plasma television on each level. Queen size beds are available in two staterooms with the remaining stateroom equipped with twin size beds. Each stateroom is a reflection of the luxury that Mine Games in known for. 

If you want to soak up some sun or just relax, enjoy the Jacuzzi and swim up bar on the sun deck. You can also stay in shape with the many exercise machines available on Mine Games on the sun deck. Throw your guests a BBQ or experience Movies Under the Stars for a night like no other. Mines Games is available for private charter to the Mediterranean or Caribbean with cruises starting at one week from Charterworld Unlimited. With a private charger cruise you are in control and can plan your vacation to your specifications.

Chris Cline of Palm Beach is the head of Cline Resources and Development Group that has brought the mining industry of the Illinois Basin back to life. Although Mr. Cline is a hard working businessman and known for his aggressive style, he also knows how to relax. When not at the head of his company, he can be found enjoying his down time on his luxury motor yacht Mine Games in Palm Beach.

Photo Credits: Daisuke Ido of Flickr

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