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High-end fractional ownership has come of age in the yacht market: YachtPlus, a new British company, is selling shares of a 131-foot-long boat by Sir Norman Foster that sleeps 12 in five cabins. Owning a piece of it—an eighth share for seven years, to be exact—is $1.5 million plus an annual fee of $152,000. This gets you cruise time every year in both the Mediterranean and Caribbean (Saint-Tropez, Gustavia, wherever you like), complete with a staff of seven, including a beautician. 44-203/144-0104;