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Re: Comments from this week's BVI Charter

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Originally Posted by TakeFive View Post
We posted some shots from our charter on Facebook. Pics are here and video is here. Both are supposed to be viewable by anyone, but it looks like Facebook has changed their policy so that you need to log in to view them. So if you don't have an account you're out of luck.

We hoped that this trip would satisfy us until springtime, but unfortunately it has had the opposite effect and we're just dying to get out on our own boat again as soon as possible this spring.
Nice video

I can see you guys moving up to a larger boat in a few years now
It wasnt that long ago you just jumped into it. Now your becoming cruisers
Glad you had great time and also got some experience.

Last year we chartered this time of year someplace new...Long beach California....check that out sometime

Dave
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