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The Hatteras 75 is the obvious choice for yacht owners seeking U.S.-built vessels.

The 75 Hatteras remains one of the most successful models from a U.S. shipyard and is the ideal motor yacht for individuals seeking an American-built vessel. This cockpit motor yacht is ideal for island-hopping on the weekend or exploring the coastline due to its timeless exterior design and attractive curved lines, and its great sailing capabilities. Due to Hatteras’ discontinuation of the line, there are just a few of these exceptional yachts available on the market today; nevertheless, FGI Yacht Group now offers two 75 Hatteras cockpit motor yachts for sale.

Both motor boats were delivered to their original owners in 2017 and have been preserved in impeccable condition. BELLA SKY is a Florida-based 75’1″ (22.89m) cockpit Hatteras motor yacht. With a beam of 5’3″ (1.6m), she can navigate shallow seas with ease. Her sophisticated composite hull ensures that she is both light and capable of stable cruise. Her aft deck boasts an extensible swim platform for simple boarding and deboarding, in addition to an assortment of outdoor and indoor party spaces. Her main deck aft contains a table for alfresco eating, a kitchenette with a sink and a cooler, as well as a television for entertaining. Sliding glass doors led to the main saloon, which included a comfortable L-shaped sofa and expansive windows with breathtaking views of the surrounding area. In the main saloon, which flows into the galley and forward-facing eating room, a built-in television expands social and entertainment possibilities. A second eating space with tables is located aft of the well-appointed galley. Forward on the main deck is a sunbathing and leisure area furnished with sunpads. Various types of wood and granite are used throughout the living areas to create an inviting ambience. A curved staircase descends to the lower deck, which contains four staterooms. The full-beam master suite has a king-sized bed, a lounge space, and a marble bathroom, and the VIP ensuite in the bow has a queen-sized bed. The remaining staterooms consist of a twin and a double suite. In front of the engine room are two crew rooms, each having space for a crew of two. Her sundeck includes a modern cockpit with two chairs. Behind the cockpit is a full bar with chairs and an additional dining area, which enhances the social atmosphere onboard. There is room aft for sun loungers and sunbathing.

EPIC is a 75-foot (22.86-meter) cockpit Hatteras motor yacht now based in Florida. With a fiberglass hull and a narrow beam of 5′ 3″ (1.6m), she is ideal for day trips through the Keys. Her main deck offers a huge table for alfresco eating, in addition to a combination of entertaining and leisure areas. Sliding glass doors led to an open living and eating area furnished with comfortable sofas and chairs. From the TV-equipped living area, the layout flows into the well-appointed galley, which contains an island and an eating area to the front. Her lower deck also contains four staterooms, including a master bedroom with a king-sized bed, ample storage, and a marble bathroom. The VIP cabin with ensuite facilities is positioned in the bow, while the remaining guest accommodations comprise twin and double suites with ensuite facilities. Her expansive sundeck has a similar configuration to that of her sister ship, with a complete wet bar with chairs and an additional dining area behind the cockpit. With space for a tender on the sundeck aft and a grill, she is equipped with everything necessary for an excursion on the open seas.

The 75 Hatteras has a maximum speed of 27 knots thanks to its two 1,400 horsepower 3412E Caterpillar engines.

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6 Ways To Maintain Physical And Mental Wellbeing Through Winter

There can be a certain fondness for winter,  from knitwear to the cosy evenings by the fire. However, once the cold weather sets in and the days get shorter, it can be relatively difficult to stay happy and healthy. It is not unusual to find yourself with less energy and with a lower mood. Our bodies tend to be, during the winter, more eager to hibernate than to keep outdoors and active. Some individuals will even experience seasonal affective disorder, also known, appropriately, as SAD.

To keep motivated, and in good physical and mental health, we must work a little harder than during the summer period but, thankfully, finding our balance and well-being, isn’t impossible. To help, we’re sharing six of the best ways to maintain a positive mind and body through the winter months. 

Keeping Warm

Warmth is a simple aspect of the winter period and most of us will certainly work hard to ensure that our body temperature is kept in check. However, it is important to the extra mile, not only meeting our basic needs but also a certain degree of comfort too.

This can be found in front of the fireplace or with a hot water bottle, even with the occasional cup of hot chocolate. There’s also snugness found within extra blankets and a room full of candles too, both of which are key aspects of the nordic style, hygge.

Stay Active

Movement is imperative to happiness and those who exercise have been shown to experience a greater degree of happiness than others. Even during the cold and wet weather, there’s little reason why individuals cannot maintain a healthy regime, either by attending the gym or embracing body weight fitness at home.

Connect With Others

Socialising is important for our mental health, preventing a sense of isolation and depression. Making the extra effort to see and spend time with family and friends is, as such, a huge benefit to mental health during the winter, for both you and others.

Get Outdoors

During the winter, one does well to continue spending time outdoors and in nature. This can be difficult with the weather but there are ways to make the experience much more comfortable, with both clothing and equipment making it easy. Assets such as thermal wear, changing robes, and heat packs, as well as an insulating flask, can make all the difference.

Drink Water

The cold weather can lead people to drink less water than they need and dehydration during winter periods is possible. As such, even on colder days, individuals must ensure that they are drinking enough water to stay hydrated, even if they don’t always feel like they are thirsty.  Look out for subtle signs, such as dry mouth and headaches.

Eat Well

Vitamin intake from food and supplements is essential during winter. Our bodies typically draw a large part of their essential vitamin D from the sun, but this isn’t possible during the winter months. Instead, it is recommended that households begin to incorporate fish oils, oranges, and even liver into their diets.

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Places to fall in love in Allahabad

Allahabad is the city that hosts the grandest and the largest Hindu pilgrimage festival that is ‘Kumbh Mela’ but honestly, this city is much more than that. Though currently known as Allahabad, this place was once named ‘Kaushambhi’.

Allahabad was once the capital of Kuru (ruler of Hastinapur) and so when one visits this city, one can see its rich history of it. This place holds edifices like Allahabad University, Allahabad Fort, Anand Bawan (ancestral home of the Nehru family), and more. Not only the Nehru family but this city is the home of 13 more Prime Ministers of India. If one is thinking of traveling here, then they can book rooms in hotels in Allahabad which are more or less at the centre of the city.

Places worth experiencing in the city

Khusro Bagh

This is a quadrangle-shaped walled garden and one can find the four tombs here which belong to the family of Shah Jahan. Spread over an area of 40 acres – Khusro Bagh is the burial ground of Prince Khusro who was the eldest son of Emperor Jahangir. He rebelled against his father when he was just 19. Along with his, this is the burial ground for Nesa Begum (sister of Khusro), Shah Begum (first wife of Jahangir), and Tomolin; whose origin is not known. Though Khusro Mirza was a Mughal Emperor, he never had an easy life. Khusro Bagh is a fascinating place to visit.

Triveni Sangam

Known as the most sacred spot in Allahabad, this is a point where the 3 most important rivers of India Ganga, Yamuna, and the Saraswati meet each other. This confluence is gorgeous and people can easily differentiate between the 3 rivers because the water of the 3 has different colors at this convergence point. It is considered to be an auspicious junction for the Hindus. It is believed that if one takes a dip here then it will help them to wash away their sins and can free them from their cycle of rebirth. During Kumbh Mela, this place is crowded with devotees.

Anand Bhawan

Allahabad has always been a center of politics since the independence struggle. This place is a beautiful 2-storeyed house which is preserved the way it was. It is the home of India’s first Prime Minister Shri Jawaharlal Nehru. This is also the house where leaders like Motilal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, and even Mahatma Gandhi stayed. The home has white and blue borders and a library filled with books and is currently one of the most touristy places in the city.

Allahabad Museum

It is considered to be the most organized and well-maintained museum in India. Allahabad Museum is home to a great collection of artifacts and this place acts as a research center for archaeologists, historians, and academicians. This is also the only museum in India that generates its energy with solar power. It is funded by the Ministry of Culture of India.

All Saints Cathedral

Also known as ‘PattharGirja’ (church of stones), this place is a must-visit when one is in Allahabad. This is an astonishing marvel and the church is made in a Gothic style which was built by Sir Willian Emerson. He was the same architect who built Victoria Memorial in Calcutta. One must see the amazing glasswork and magnificent carvings because they are fascinating. This church is a quiet place and one can spend some moments of peace here.

Allahabad Fort

This fort stands tall along the banks of the Yamuna River and it is an example of sheer architectural brilliance. This fort is said to be built by Ashoka the Great but later it was repaired by Akbar around 1583. Although this fort is under the administration of the Indian Army at present, there is a part of it that is open for public viewing. This looks gorgeous undoubtedly but one should also see the Ashok Pillar there which carries all the edicts.

Chandra Shekhar Azad Park

A park that is rich in history is also known as Alfred Park. This is the location where freedom Chandrashekhar Azad shot himself before British police could arrest him. In his honor, a statue has been erected to commemorate the spot. The park also has statues of George V and Queen Victoria at the center which adds to the beauty of the place.

Kumbh Mela

Though not a permanent thing, this mela drives the greatest number of tourists to Allahabad. This is a Hindu pilgrim fair that is held in four different places in the country. The story behind this is the mythology where God and Demons fought for the pot of nectar (Amrit Kumbh). Most people gather here in large crowds to get a dip at the confluence of 3 rivers to purify their souls before entering the realm of God. Since this festival happens at a gap of every 12 years, millions of people wait for it. The next mela is scheduled for 2025.Ardh Kumbh Mela

This happens every 6th year in Allahabad because it is the halfway journey od the Purna Kumbh Mela. During this time, the place has an annual fair called Magh Mela during the month of January and it goes on till the end of February. The fair starts during the day of Makar Sankranti.

There areplenty options and you can book these best hotels in Allahabad as per your preferences. These days it is easier to book a hotel because one can do that online. Before booking one can also check the hotel, its amenities and the ratings provided by the previous travellers. When in Allahabad – one must not miss the delicious Allahabad cuisine.ShamiKebabas, juicy chicness and thin parathas are the delicacies of the city. If one wants to spend some time in quietness and peace then they can do boating on River Ganga. Boats are available at Triveni Sangam and one can enjoy the beautiful sunset and the bustling views of the ghats. Spending time in the huge Allahabad library is also an option if one loves literature.

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