Anyone Can Have Fun On Mine Games

Christopher Cline, majority owner of privately held Foresight Energy and the sole owner of Cline Research and Development Group often offers the use of his 164 foot yacht for those wanting to cruise the seas in absolute luxury. The yacht, Mine Games can be chartered by those who want to sail the Caribbean or Mediterranean Seas in luxury with many amenities to enjoy.

While he has recently been called the Coal King when emerging on the Forbes list of billionaires, he spends a lot of time on his businesses such as Foresight Energy and the Cline Resource and Development Group. When he is busy with his coal mining businesses others can take advantage of his yacht’s luxurious appointments that promises to deliver a unique cruise experience available on a private charter.

The yacht offers guests a choice of five staterooms, each with its own plasma television with satellite TV along with an in-room bath. The master stateroom’s layout is over two levels and includes a king-sized bed and two bathrooms. There are two dining rooms on the yacht as well as a deck for sunbathing and a Jacuzzi. The yacht also offers what is billed as a movie under the stars on a giant 72-inch flat-screen television located on the sundeck. The yacht’s two motors deliver about 3,400 horsepower to move it through the water at a cruising speed of 18 knots and a top speed of 24 knots.

Mine Games can host cruise parties of up to 12 people in what is defined as pure comfort and luxury. While on a chartered cruise guests can enjoy stops and swimming on tropical beaches or, while in the Mediterranean stop and play at casino gaming tables. The crew of Mine Games is there to take care of the guests’ every need while they cruise the seas.

The private yacht is available for chartered cruises due to Cline’s penchant for work. Although the billionaire owns the yacht he does not spend all of his time cruising. His businesses keep him busy and he remains involved and active in the every day operation of the Foresight Energy as well as the successful Cline Research and Development Group. He resides in Palm Beach, Florida in a 34,400 square foot mansion in a neighborhood shared with golfing legend Jack Nicklaus.

Cline’s first wife Sabrina passed away from breast cancer in 1987 and he was divorced from his second wife Kelly in 2000 after seven years of marriage, He has four children whom he hopes will take over the fourth generation of the business in future.