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Netscape Founder Weds Supermodel at Rosewood Little Dix Bay

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  Site Where: Vrgin Gorda, Virgin Islands, British, 1150
March 24, 2009 at 9:41 AM | by | ()

Where do you go when you're 65, have founded a (we assume) very profitable internet company and want to wed your twentysomething supermodel bride with no press or stalkerazzi?

You go to paradise, where nobody knows your name; more specifically, Rosewood Little Dix Bay on Virgin Gorda, near Isle de Richard Branson (Necker Island). Oh, and you invite Jimmy Buffett to come along, too.

According to Page Six:

Aussie supermodel Kristy Hinze, 28, tied the knot with billionaire Netscape founder Jim Clark, 65, over the weekend [...] Guests like Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts were ferried between the two resorts and Jimmy Buffett performed at the reception. The newlyweds stayed on Clark's Athena, the high-tech, 289-foot three-masted schooner that's the largest private sailing yacht in the world.

Were the couple to shack up at the resort instead, a seven-night Romance Package at the ultra-posh beach getaway would have started at $5500 for the two of them — including three meals daily, a Trimaran day sail, Spring Bay afternoon picnic, a Sunset cocktail cruise, a massage and other goodies. But, um, they had a yacht instead.

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