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Re: Conch Charters, Tortola Or Sailtime Road town?

Another alternative to consider is Pro Valor Charters (Pro Valor Charters , Tortola, BVI). My daughter spent two weeks on a charter of one of their yachts (Midnight Song) with her aunt and uncle and three other friends earlier in the year and had nothing but good things to say about the company and the condition of the yacht. And, her uncle was very happy with the cost, which was much more favorable than that of some of the other companies in the area. For more information, contact Cecilia Donegan (toll free) at 866-776-8256.

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Re: Conch Charters, Tortola Or Sailtime Road town?

I agree with those who say 5 days isn't enough time. The cost per day might be lower on a full week charter. Sunsail is very good -- look for their "reef days" specials on their calendar -- nice discounts.
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Re: Conch Charters, Tortola Or Sailtime Road town?

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Another alternative to consider is Pro Valor Charters (Pro Valor Charters , Tortola, BVI). My daughter spent two weeks on a charter of one of their yachts (Midnight Song) with her aunt and uncle and three other friends earlier in the year and had nothing but good things to say about the company and the condition of the yacht. And, her uncle was very happy with the cost, which was much more favorable than that of some of the other companies in the area. For more information, contact Cecilia Donegan (toll free) at 866-776-8256.

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I would heartily second this opinion and recommend Pro Valor. Jim and Ceila provide a quality service, have very nice (but a bit older) monohulls and cats and are basednear the East End which makes leaving a departing very pleasant compared to Road Town.

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