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Old 07-17-2011
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Originally Posted by treilley View Post
Ed Hamilton's is a great resource. I have used them a couple of times for my charters.
Absolutely agree - we used them for a charter in March and everything worked perfectly. They found us a 3 year old 4 cabin 47 footer for $5K for a week. Shared 5 ways it was no more expensive than a decent hotel room. The wind instruments weren't working but everything else was fine. A similar boat from the Moorings would have been nearly $8K

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Anagada does have the most beautiful beaches and the handful of restaurants are definitely more family oriented.
Also has the reputation of being a ships graveyard. VERY careful planning and piloting are essential. On our charter the insurance didn't cover going there.
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