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post #5 of Old 05-09-2007 Thread Starter
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Thanks for the information on companies to try!

Ever thing of calling a few charter companies and ask who insures them?
Why yes I did and that is why I thought I would post a thread online. It seems a little bit more polite then randomly calling other charter companies.

do you have a USCG licensed captain???
I'm taking a 6-pack course next week and another person is available who already has his license as a backup for me.
I'm offering pay of $35 an hour which I think is pretty reasonable for a charter captain. If anyone in the Georgia/Florida boarder area is interested let me know.

Does anyone know where to find out information on pulling up on beaches for national and stage parks in Florida & Georgia?

Last question, I have an option on a 1977 Catalina 27' "Dinette Version" as a second boat. With a jib traveler and some TLC would this be a good boat for charters or rental?

- Edward
St. Mary's GA Cruising
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