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Re: Comments from this week's BVI Charter

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Originally Posted by TakeFive View Post
I would highly recommend Sunsail for any charters, especially during their reef weeks. For me, their special deals hit the "sweet spot" of boat age vs. economy.

Although I mentioned three service calls, I do not downgrade them for that. I think we all know that any boat, no matter how new, will have things break. So the yardstick to measure them is not the absence of service calls, but how quickly they get you up and running when something does need attention. Their 4-hour guarantee is about as good as it can get in that respect, and their response was significantly faster than that in my case.

I also recommend Ed Hamilton Co. to act as a broker. They can help you shop around, and the free copy of the Scotts Cruising Guide is a nice perk.
Yes I have used Ed Hamilton before and agree with you. Great customer service and well organized.

Dave
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