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Sunset, champagne, soothing jazz and international beauty at the Azimut Café

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beauty queensLast Friday the 26th of November 2012, the Azimut Café in the Marina Casa de Campo hosted yet another fantastic Sunset Jazz night sponsored by Silgon Inc., with Casa de Campo Living news and events website as media partner. 

Once again attracting more than 100 Casa de Campo villa owners, residents and guests, the Sunset Jazz Night at the Azimut Café was “standing room” only with guests spilling out of the Café and onto the terrace at the water’s edge, elegantly lit for the occasion with subtle blue and pink lighting.

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With free-flowing champagne and the soft melodic tunes of live jazz ringing through the air, it was hard to imagine the night could get any more perfect – until we were thrilled by the surprise arrival of 30 stunning young ladies, whose sashes revealed them to be contestants of a beauty pageant “Miss Multiuniverse”.  Whilst attracting stares from every male present the girls climbed aboard a brand new Azimut 53′, the first of this model to arrive to the Dominican Republic, represented by IBI Yachts and posed for some rather sexy and sultry photos with Mauro Caslini, Founder and CEO of the IBI Nautica Group, which also owns IBI Yachts and the Azimut Café.

Throughout the rest of the evening the beautiful ladies were a fun, friendly and beautiful addition to the event, happily posing for photos and chatting to the attendees.

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The next Sunset Jazz Night at the Azimut Café is scheduled for Friday January the 4th.

The following photos were taken during the Sunset Jazz Night at the Azimut Café on Friday the 26th of November 2012:  

A fashionable night out at the Marina in aid of the Orfanato Niños de Cristo – featuring the Miss Multiuniverse contestants

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A night of fashion, bright lights, models, yachts and philanthropy took place this past Wednesday, November the 29th, 2012 on the beautiful plaza outside the Joy Lounge (formerly Victory Club).


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