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Where can i charter an IP 27 or an Alberg 30?

I am looking to charter a smaller sailboat, like an Alberg 30 and an Island Packet 27, so i can decide which one I prefer.
It seems like al the charter companies only charter larger boats.
I am trying to decide which boat to buy and it is between one of the older, Alberg/Pearson 1970's era smaller sailboats or an Island Packet 27.
Any one knww where I can charter a smaller sailboat on the east coast of USA?
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Re: Where can i charter an IP 27 or an Alberg 30?

Chesapeake Dolphin Charters has some of Gratitude Yachting Center's IPs. Captain's Choice (IP27) has been in the slip next to mine for years.
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Re: Where can i charter an IP 27 or an Alberg 30?

Lots of A30's on the bay. I'd check out the owner's group and see if you can crew on one. There used to be a place / guy in Annapolis that chartered IP's. I don't know if he had a 27. Again, check the owners group (they have an active IP listserve -- check yahoo and google groups) I'm sure you can at least get a ride. FWIW A30's are getting a little long in the tooth, I'd look at CD30's too.
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Re: Where can i charter an IP 27 or an Alberg 30?

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Lots of A30's on the bay. I'd check out the owner's group and see if you can crew on one. There used to be a place / guy in Annapolis that chartered IP's. I don't know if he had a 27. Again, check the owners group (they have an active IP listserve -- check yahoo and google groups) I'm sure you can at least get a ride. FWIW A30's are getting a little long in the tooth, I'd look at CD30's too.
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