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Old 09-26-2006
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I just finished some classes at Rob Swain Sailing school (see and can highly recommend them. The prices are fair and the tuition excellent. The sailing condition in the Caribbean are great [even during the hurricane season] and the Rob Swain school has a great Jeanneau 43DS and a wonderful Jeanneau 45.2 to choose from (there might be others, but those were the 2 at the dock last week). The classes not only teach you what you need to know but combine that with a tour of some of the more picturesque islands and locales. Plus you get to put "Anegada" into your logbook - most charter companies keep Anegada "off limits" to charterers unless they give you a captain or you can show that you've already been there.
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