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Airport Transfers

1. Are airport transfers included in the cost of my holiday?
The 90-minute journey from the Hewanorra International Airport takes you through the verdant valleys and tropical Rainforests in the south as you make your way to Castries in the North.

Airport transfers are not included in your romantic holiday. However, you may pre-arrange your transfer through your travel agent, or if you book directly with us, we can arrange transfers which will be added to the cost of your holiday. If you book through a Tour Operator, most companies will inlcude the cost of your transfer in your holiday package.

2. Can helicopter transfers be arranged?
Helicopter transfers are provided from Hewanorra International Airport to the George F.L. Charles Airport at the cost of US$145 one-way per person. You will then be transferred from the George F.L. Charles Airport to Rendezvous by taxi.

On departure, the helicopter transfer can also be arranged at the cost of US$145 per person from George F.L. Charles Airport to the Hewanorra Airport. This return transfer includes a scenic tour of the island, allowing you to explore mystical sights from the air as you make your way to the airport. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Pitons and the West Coast that will leave you with pleasurable departing memories of St. Lucia.


Money and Currency

1. What currency is used on the island?
Eastern Caribbean or EC Dollars as it is commonly called is the local currency and is accepted everywhere on the island. US Dollars can also be used but exchange rates may vary from place to place.

2. Where can I withdraw cash?
There are many ABM/ATM's located ten minutes away in the capital city Castries or at the Gablewoods Shopping Mall in Sunny Acres. You may get there using one of our readily available taxies, N.B. the taxi fare is payable directly to the driver.

You may also exchange foreign currency and travellers checks for local currency at Reception.

3. What credit cards do you accept?
We accept most major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Discover and Diners are not accepted.

4. Can I pay for my romantic escape on arrival?
Our payment policy states that full payment is required 21 days prior to arrival. When a direct booking is made we require a deposit of 3 nights accommodation.



Property Information

1. Where is the resort located?
Rendezvous is located on seven acres of lush tropical gardens on the Malabar Beach, one of the best beaches on the island. This two miles of sea and sand provides 300 yards of beachfront and is ideal for a brisk morning jog, romantic evening stroll or the avid sunbather.

The resort's northwest location puts two miles from the capital city, Castries and five minutes from the George F L Charles Airport. It is one hour and fifteen minutes from the Hewanorra International Airport in View Fort, which is in the southern part of the island.

2. How long has the hotel been in existence?
The site of the resort was once a vast coconut estate where over thirty years ago a St. Lucian planter built his family home. Shortly thereafter the house was extended to include twenty bedrooms catering to the transient commercial traveller. It was then called the Malabar Beach Hotel. Over the years, the hotel grew and in 1983 the family took a franchise with the Couples chain of resorts. The hotel then became the first all-inclusive resort on the island. In 1993, the franchise ended and the resort reverted to the direct leadership of the family once again and the world’s first boutique hotel for couples, Rendezvous, was born.

3. When was the hotel last upgraded/ refurbished?
In December 2004, the Garden View Room refurbishment project was completed and in August 2002, we embarked on a refurbishment project, which was completed in 2003. This project was focused on upgrading accommodations and some public areas.
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4. How close is the Hotel to the beach?
Rendezvous sits on a 2-mile stretch of beachfront called Malabar Beach – probably the best beach that the island of St. Lucia has to offer. What’s even more enticing is that Rendezvous is the only resort located on that stretch! View Beach

5. Is the beach public or private?
All beaches on the island of St. Lucia are public.

6. Are beach towels included?
We do offer a beach towel exchange facility on the property.

7. Is the hotel located near a shopping area?
In recent years, the range of shopping available in St. Lucia has become quite extensive. Local craft markets abound everywhere, where you can buy unique gifts and mementos to take home. In addition, St. Lucia boasts a number of shopping malls containing excellent fashion boutiques and speciality stores. In Castries, the capital city, just 5-7 mins away, "La Place Carenage" and "Point Seraphine" offer extensive duty free shopping including the best in fine jewellery and perfumes.

8. Is everything included in my romantic holiday?
The beauty of a holiday at Rendezvous is that you never really need money. Since everything imaginable is included, the distraction of money is really a non-issue. As you will see on both our website and in our brochure, the all-inclusive plan includes, in addition to your 5 Star accommodation, all meals and snacks, premium brand alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, daily activities including all land and water sports as well as scuba diving. It is quite simply the best value of any luxury resort.

Telephone calls, laundry facilities and boutique items are of course at an extra charge and there are also a few fabulous extras, such as Spa Tratments and the Special Occasions Menu that you might be interested in. All supplements are clearly indicated so there is no misleading small print!

9. Is Rendezvous a good choice for gay or lesbian couples?
At Rendezvous we accept all couples.

10. Do you have a shop on property?
Yes, we do have a boutique on property, which opens from 9 am until 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am until 5:00 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Available is a wide variety of mementos such as local craft, bottles of local rum and spices, designer beach and resort wear and even the bare necessities that you may have forgotten at home.

11. Do you have facilities for kids?
Rendezvous recognizes that couples come away to steal time together and we have created an atmosphere free from the distraction of singles or children. Therefore we are a couples ONLY resort and do not provide facilities for kids.

12. Do you cater for handicapped persons or do you have handicap facilities?
Rendezvous is not totally wheelchair accessible. In most areas, there are steps so a handicapped person may find it difficult to get around comfortably. However, when informed of the disability, we do our best to provide a room on the ground floor as well as assist clients on wheelchairs in getting around to specific areas of the resort.

13. What types of current or electrical outlets are used in St. Lucia?
European ‘three-pin’ 220-volt outlets are standard on the island. However, all rooms are also equipped with American, 110-volt outlets.

14. Are newspapers available at the resort?
Yes, both British (The Daily Mail) and American (The New York Times) newspapers are available daily in the boutique on property.

15. Can I use the mobile phone I’ve brought with me from home in St. Lucia?
Yes, once your phone is compatible with the local providers' networks and your provider at home roams in St. Lucia. Please contact us at to see if your cellular provider is compatible with the local network.

16. Can we rent cellular phones while we are here?
Yes, there are several companies that provide- cellular phones for hire on both a long term and short-term basis. More information can be obtained from Reception.

17. Can I get a discounted rate as a repeater?
Rendezvous is renowned for the recognition it gives to guests who return time and time again. Over the years, the resort has continued to upgrade its facilities, invest heavily in the refurbishment of our rooms while still striving to provide a holiday experience that is equalled by no other. Hence the reason that it is not common practice for us to discount.




1. Compare the different room categories at Rendezvous.
Over the past two years we have spent over US$7 million on our rooms and some public areas, hence the reason each room category is unique and vastly different from the other. Below are descriptions of the various categories.

Verandah Suites have a 12 ft Verandah or balcony that overlook our lush gardens. This lends to an outdoor living room ideal for curling up with a good book or romantic candle lit dinners.
Seaside Suites are located near the Seaside Pool and have an outdoor patio that allow you to soak up some rays right on your doorstep.

Luxury Oceanfront Rooms are situated on the beach and each room has a private balcony or patio with a sitting hammock.

Oceanfront Cottages provide you with your own piece of paradise whilst on property as they are semi-detached and in a private location directly on the beach.
Luxury Oceanfront Suites are situated in the same block as the Oceanfront Rooms but are split level units with a separate sitting area.

2. Can I get a room upgrade?
Room upgrades are available through your booking agent. However, if you are unsuccessful in securing an upgrade, please feel free to contact the hotel directly via to place your request.

3. Are there televisions in any of the rooms?
None of our guest rooms are equipped with televisions. We have found that this has been tremendously beneficial to our guests as it encourages the romantic atmosphere that we claim. However, we do have a wide-screen television, located in the Terrace Area and a smaller unit in the Activities Office so that guests can follow the important news and sporting events from around the world.

4. Do all rooms have refrigerators?
The Verandah Suites and Luxury Oceanfront Suites are the only two room categories that are equipped with mini refrigerators. However, these are not stocked with beverages.

5. How safe is the drinking water in the rooms?
The drinking water at Rendezvous is very safe. Our water supply surpasses the Ministry of Health’s regulatory standards. The water is regularly tested and treated.

6. Do you provide different type of pillows?
We offer both cotton or feather pillows. Foam pillows are provided on request.

7. Is there a turndown service for every room?
Turndown service is provided on request.

8.I have been to Rendezvous before and would like to stay in the same room. Is this possible?
It is possible, but we cannot guarantee it. Reservations will do their best to assign the requested room based on availability.

9. Can I keep my room later than the regular checkout time if we have a late flight?
We would love for you to be able to hold your room for as long as you want, however we cannot on account of the large number of daily arrivals that we have to prepare for.

Check out time is 12 Noon, and we do request that you do so by this time. Courtesy Rooms are provided daily (subject to availability) for departing guests. You may however request a late check out (also subject to availability), up to 4:00 pm at a charge of US$64.00. Please be reminded that you have full use of all the facilities at the resort between check out and your pick up times.

10. If we check out of our room at 12:00 noon where will our bags be stored until our departure?
Your heavy luggage will be safely stored at the Porte Cochere (our front lobby), while your hand luggage will be stored at Reception for your convenience.



Weddings and Honeymoons

1. How long do I have to be on the island before I can get married?
Couples are required by law to be on the island for 3 workings days (not including your arrival day) before they get married.

2. Does the wedding result in a legal marriage that is recognized in my state and country?
Yes, the marriage is a legal binding marriage. You may register your marriage at your local courthouse by presenting your marriage certificate.

3. Is there someone available to iron my dress or tux?
Yes, our housekeeping staff provides this service.

4. How can we contact the wedding coordinator before arrival?
You can contact your Wedding Coordinator, via email at

5. When do we meet the wedding co-ordinator?
On arrival, you will receive a package from the wedding co-ordinator that includes an appointment with a date and time to meet.

6. What do wedding couples receive?
Rendezvous’ wedding package is second to none. Once you’ve brought along all the Required Documents, the rest will be taken care of to your heart’s desire. The package includes the cost of the Registrar, all legal fees including Government and marriage license fees; a decorated wedding arch in a location of your choice; a Champagne reception; candlelit dinner in our fine dining restaurant, the Trysting Place, for the wedding party on the wedding night; Champagne breakfast in bed the following morning and a Couple's Massage at our Pavilion Spa. There are some Optional Extras that are also available to make that day a little more special.

7. Can we get married on the beach in the sand?
You may choose to be married anywhere on property including the lush tropial gardens or the beach once it is on dry land.

8. Can we bring our own wedding music?
We do provide a selection of recorded music that is included in the FREE wedding offer, as well as fabulous optional extras such as a live Steel Band or a Guitarist but you can feel free to bring along your own wedding music. We recommend that you bring it in the form of CD.

8. What do honeymooners receive?
Honeymooners receive a bottle of chilled Champagne, a Fresh Fruit plate and a floral arrangement upon arrival.

9. Can I purchase a gift for a guest getting married or honeymooning at the hotel?
Yes, we have quite an extensive Gift List with something that will suit everyone’s preference.

10. How do I go about purchasing gifts without having to call the hotel directly?
You can purchase gifts for friends, family or loved ones by faxing us your requests with billing information at (758) 452 7419 or via email -



Gym and Fitness Facilities

1. Do you have a gym?
We have a fully equipped open-air gym on property with machines that will allow you to strengthen and tone and exercise all muscle groups.

2. Do you have free weights?
The gym is equipped with dumb bells from 1 lbs to 60 lbs with 5 lb increments.

3. Do you have a personal trainer?
We do not have a personal trainer on property but one of our activities co-ordinators is dedicated to the gym on a daily basis. Supervised gym instruction and classes take place between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.

4. What type of cardio vascular equipment do you have?
Treadmills, elliptical/ cross training machine, bike and step master.

5. What kind of aerobic classes do you have?
We offer several aerobic classes – Aqua Fitness, Aqua Tone and Step Classes.



Spa Facilities

1. Is there a spa on property?
Two al fresco gazebos, called the Pavilion Spa, provide you with informal spa treats and treatments that can help you feel and look better than you have ever felt before. These treatments are however not included in the cost of your holiday.

2. How do I arrange my spa appointments at the Pavilion Spa?
Bookings can be made through our Guest Relations office daily between 9:00am and 5:00pm. You may also book treatments before arrival by contacting

3. Are the spa therapists professionally trained?
All our therapists are trained by our sister hotel, The BodyHoliday at LeSPORT, (winner of The Best Caribbean Spa at the World Travel Awards two years running 2002/2003 plus numerous readers awards in top magazines such as Conde Nast Traveller) training team at the Oasis Spa. The Oasis training team acquired their skills in France and Germany over a number of years and are often updated by the many specialists who visit the property regularly.



Restaurants and Bars

1. How many restaurants are there at the resort?
Rendezvous offers two beauties, which means we concentrate on great food rather than great volume.

The Terrace Restaurant overlooks the 2-mile stretch of Malabar Beach from every angle. Breakfast (7:30 – 10:30am), Lunch (12:30pm – 2:30pm) and Dinner (7:30pm – 9:30pm) are served there daily. The service is buffet style and the theme and the cuisine changes on a daily basis.

On the other hand, we also offer an air-conditioned fine dining restaurant, the Trysting Place. This is open six nights a week and the classic French à la Carte Menu changes every three days over a two-week cycle.

2. What is the dress code for the restaurants?
Breakfast, lunch and also dinner in the Terrace Restaurant are all casual affairs although people do tend to dress up at dinnertime. However, we do ask that men wear shirts and women a sarong or wrap over their bathing suits during meal times.

The dress code at The Trysting Place, our fine dining restaurant – of course your holiday finest!

3. Are reservations required for dining in the Trysting Place?
Yes, reservations can be made at Reception at your earliest convenience.

4. How often can I dine in the fine dining restaurant?
You can dine in the Trysting Place as often as you wish.

5. Can you cater to special dietary requirements?
Yes, if informed of special dietary needs prior to your arrival, our Food and Beverage Manager in collaboration with our Executive Chef will be able to accommodate your specific needs.

6. How many bars do you have in the Hotel?
There are three bars at Rendezvou -- Sea Side Pool or Swim Up Bar (9: 00 am till sunset); Terrace Bar (12 Noon – 12 Midnight) and the Piano Bar with our resident pianist (9:00 pm until the last couple retires).

7. What types of bar cocktails are offered?
We feature both alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails. To mention a few of the favourites: Lover’s Bond, Old Pal, Tropical Ocean Breeze and The Rendezvous Kiss.




Land Sports and Activities

1. What are the activities/classes available?
Apart from the water sports and scuba diving activities our Activities Team co-ordinate a wide range of land sports, which include ALL LESSONS i.e., Golf (Introduction, Elementary and Intermediate), Volley Ball (Beach and Pool), Archery (Introduction and Intermediate), Tennis (Introduction and Intermediate).

Also included are fitness classes including T’ai Chi, Aerobics and Aqua Exercises; Beach Olympics; Water Mêlée (water sports competition); Table Tennis Tournaments; Bicycle Tours to the Capital and Sunset Strolls on our magnificent two mile beach.

The scheduling of these activities and classes are subject to change on a daily basis, and are all posted on the Activities Board located in the Terrace Area.

2. Can I book these activities before I arrive at Rendezvous?
There is no need to book activities in advance, as they are open to everybody.



Water Sports

1. What is the temperature of the water?
The water temperature ranges from 75 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit, 27 to 32 degrees Celsius throughout the year.

2. How safe it is to swim in the sea?
Rendezvous boasts of one of the best and safest beaches on the island.

3. Are motorised water sports included?
ALL water sports are included in your romantic holiday. We offer water-skiing; wake boarding, knee boarding and tubing. Non-motorised water sports including windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and pedalos are also included. Lessons and instruction are included as well and are available on a daily basis from our competent water sports team.

4. Do I have to book any water sports?
It is not necessary to book your water sports as daily activities are provided.

5. What type of engine does the boat have for water skiing?
150 Yamaha hp

6. What brand of skis do you have?
We have Obrien and Connelly cambo and salom skis. We also have a kneeboard and a wake board.

7. What type of sailing equipment is there at the resort?
Aqua Fin and Hobbie Cat Sail boats.

8. What brand are the wind surfboards and how many do you have?
We have Hi Fly boards.

9. What are the sizes of the sails and boards available?
4 meter - 6.3 meter sails/ Boards 305 - 335 cm

10. Are there harnesses?

11. How strong is the wind?
10-20 m.p.h.

12. During what times can I wind surf?
9:30 am – 4:30 pm, once prevailing conditions permit.



Scuba Diving

1. Is scuba diving included in the all-inclusive rate?
Boat dives in the North of the island, close to Rendezvous, are included in your Romantic Escape. We offer a Resort Course for first time divers and this is also included. PADI courses and Marine Park Dives are also available but at an additional cost. See Scuba Main Page

2. Is the equipment included free of charge?
All equipment is provided free of charge, however if you prefer, you may bring your own and store them at the Scuba Centre. Wet suits can be rented at US$7.

3. What is visibility like for diving?
Visibility ranges from 12 m/40 ft – 18 m/ 60 ft on most days. However, on exceptionally good days the visibility ranges from 30 m/100 ft – 50 m/ 150 ft.

4. What happens if I’ve never dived before?
Persons who have had no diving experience are welcome to do the Discover Scuba Diving class which takes place over the duration of one day. This class consists of a theory session, a pool session and a shallow ocean dive (up to 12 m/40 ft). This gives you credit towards other PADI courses.

5. How long are the dives?
Dive times are usually 50 minutes but this will vary depending on the maximum depth planned for the dive.

6. Where do I dive while on holiday - boat or shore dives?
There are no shore dives at Rendezvous since there is no reef in close proximity to our shoreline. Therefore, all dives that are available at the resort are boat dives. Northern Boat dives are included in your holiday, while Marine Park Dives and Snorkel Trips are available at an additional cost.

7. Is it safe to snorkel near the hotel?
It is not advisable for safety reasons, hence there are 4 snorkelling trips per week to different locations organised by our scuba team.

8. Is snorkelling free?
Since we do not have a reef in close proximity to our shoreline, snorkellers accompany us on dive trips to the marine park. This is offered at a cost of US$35.00 per person.

9. How much is the PADI Scuba Diver Course?
After completing Discover Scuba, just spend ONE more day with our dive team and you can become a Certified Diver. This licence costs US$300 and takes place over one to two days. Certification is recognised worldwide and allows you to dive to 12 m/40 ft with a PADI Professional. Once you have your PADI Licence, you can dive with us at no additional cost.

10. Do you dive persons who are certified with other diving agencies apart from PADI?
Yes. We regonize all international diving bodies.

11. What is the minimum stay to complete the basic PADI course?
This will depend on the PADI scuba level of the course but basic PADI courses take 3 – 4 hours per day for four days.

12. Do you offer night diving?
Night dives are offered at charge of US$75. This charge includes use of equipment including torch hire and the boat in non-marine reserve areas.

13. How often is the equipment inspected?
As a PADI Golden Palm Awardee, we maintain the highest standard of safety and cleanliness on all our equipment. The air tanks are visually inspected once a year and hydrostatically inspected every five years. All testing of equipment is done to PADI standards.




1. Where is the golf course and how do I get there?
The St. Lucia Golf Course and Country Club is just twenty minutes away in the Cap Estate Area.

2. Is golf included in the cost of the holiday?
Golf is not included in the cost of your holiday package but you can make use of the facilities of the 18 hole Golf Course at a cost of US$95.00. This includes green fees, cart rental and transportation to and from the course.

At Rendezvous however, we do provide the services of an experienced Golf Pro who will help you to improve your swing on the putting green on property.

3. What equipment is provided?
We provide balls and clubs for use on property in the Golf Clinic. All other equipment can be rented at the course.

4. What equipment do I need and can equipment be hired if necessary?
Golf clubs, balls and shoes, which can all, be rented at the Golf course. The costs include:
Golf Clubs US$ 20 for 9 or18 holes Shoe rental US$10 for 9 or 18 holes

5. What is the course like?
The course is a newly designed, fully irrigated 6829-yard par 71 championship golf course. For a closer look at the golf course, please visit

6. What kind of attire is required?
Appropriate golfing attire is required. You may wear either shorts or trousers and polo shirts or shirts with collars. Proper golf shoes are also required. Golf shoes should have soft spikes or clubs (metal ones are not allowed) and golf sneakers/ trainers are allowed.





1. Are there tennis courts on property?
We have two flood lit OMNICOURTS at the resort. The two flood lit Tennis Courts feature a luxurious green playing surface, regarded by many as the finest synthetic grass tennis surface available. Our tennis pro will be delighted to help you work on your form and even challenge you to a match once you are up to it! We have two flood lit tennis courts at the resort. Our tennis pro will be delighted to help you work on your form and even challenge you to a match once you are up to it!

2. Are there racquets available?
We provide tennis racquets and balls at no additional costs. They are stored in the Activities Office for your convenience. However, if you have a lucky racquet, you are welcome to bring it along with you.




Does the hotel offer any tours?
The hotel itself does not offer any island tours apart from the bicycle shopping tour to the capital city. Nevertheless, there is a tour company on property with a representative who is able to provide information and reserve various island tours. For further in formation, please visit the website




Island Information

1. Where is the best place to go shopping?
Rendezvous is conveniently located near the capital city Castries to the south, where one can find amazing bargains in the local craft market as well as indulge in the first class shopping at the various duty free centres such as, Pointe Seraphine and La Place Carenage. Gablewoods Shopping Mall is also located nearby in Sunny Acres in the north. There you will find a wide variety of shops ranging from supermarkets to excellent shoe and clothing boutiques.

2. What is the temperature like in St. Lucia?
The average high of St. Lucia is about 31 Celsius or 87 Fahrenheit and the lowest temperature is 25 Celsius or 77 Fahrenheit.

3. What is the weather like during the hurricane season?
St. Lucia is fortunate to be outside the main area of hurricane activity. We have year-round sunshine, although intermittent rain may be experienced from June to November. There is never a shortage of wonderful suntan inducing weather.

4. What is there to do outside the Hotel at night?
Rendezvous itself provides superb entertainment from some of St. Lucia's most excellent musicians to entertaining shows. For instance, our resident guitarist in the Trysting Place is none other than the talented Lenny Stone, a son of St. Lucian soil. On a nightly basis we have a different live band to serenade you and even get you on your feet. We also incorporate live steel pan music during dinnertime and not to mention our ever-popular limbo and staff performances! However, it's great to explore outside of the hotel and only a fifteen-minute cab drive away is the Rodney Bay area, which is full of nightlife that suits almost every ones desires.

There is an eclectic range of bars and restaurants from fine French cuisine to Chinese, Indian and Italian counterparts, not forgetting local Creole food and entertainment. Taxis are readily available upon request and fares are paid directly to the driver.

Of course there are times of year when St. Lucia puts on some great spectacles, which, if you are lucky enough to be here - don't miss them! The St. Lucia Jazz festival is rated in the top 5 music festivals in the world and has featured an amazing line up of artists including, George Benson, Santana, Patti Labelle, Melba More, Jose Feliciano, Harry Belafonte, Kenny G in 2004 and many more. See for more information. And of course - you can never forget ...CARNIVAL in July! See Carnival Photos at

5. When is the Jazz Festival and how far is it from the Hotel?
The Jazz Festival occurs annually each May. The main stage events are located on Pigeon Island just about 25 minutes from the hotel. Comprehensive information and imagery can be found at

6. How safe is it venturing out alone?
Quite frankly, there are not many places that you can visit anywhere in the world that are as safe as St. Lucia. However, the wise traveller will always check with the new friends he or she has made while on holiday as to where the best places are. It is always best to be careful and street wise.

7. Are there pubs & clubs to visit at night that are safe for tourists?
The restaurants, pubs and clubs that we spoke of above are perfectly safe. Reception or Guest Relations will be glad to provide you with further details.

8. What is the most popular season to visit?
Traditionally in the Caribbean, December through May has always been the most popular season. This is to be expected because it offers wonderful tropical sunshine when North America and Europe are.... chilly. However, it has to be said that St. Lucia is suitable for a holiday at anytime of year and is very popular during the summer months also, particularly with honeymooners.

Did you know, that during the recent World Travel Awards, St. Lucia was voted the World's Number One Honeymoon Destination?

9. When is the hurricane season?
Traditionally the hurricane season is from June until October however, St. Lucia is located outside of the main hurricane belt due to its southerly latitude. Most hurricanes occur much further North and St. Lucia is rarely troubled.



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