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Ok, getting to the end. #8
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I'll bet that there is an easier way to do this. #9
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Baja Charter Option

SSL:
As You consider options in Mexico, here's a standard company for reference
Moorings - The Best Sailing In The World!

Sure you can dig up more options if you decide to go that route.

short time off - I hear you..........as they say "good help is hard to find"

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Sept

Yes they are right, many places close in Sept, everything in at Bitter End, Jost only Soggy Dollar was open last year. Most places were open in Tortola and St Thomas, but this is due to cruise ship business. Here in the Abaco's Bahamas it is the same about half of the places close in Sept.
At least here in Abaco's we have plenty of holes to hide in when a storm pops up
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