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Does anyone know if there are any companies that offer bareboat charters along the coast of NC? We'd need a boat big enough for my family of five. We're experienced boaters with a 500 ton and 100 ton in our number.
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I know of one person who has rented from Caolina Winds, but not sure if they have boats on the coast. This person rented out of Washington on the Pamlico River.

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I'm renting from Carolina Wind the week of Sept 22.
There's two of us on a Catalina 32, but they have larger boats as well. I'll be glad to give an assessment when we get back.
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Yeah, Mike, that would be great. I hope y'all have some good weather and a fantastic sail!
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Looks like the largest they have is a Hunter 420, Carolina Wind Yachting Center : Charter Boats for Sail

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Whittaker Creek in Oriental has charter boats.

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These folks in Oriental, NC may offer what you are looking for. I have no experience with them or their operation.

Oriental's School Of Sailing from: Oriental, NC Phone: 252-249-0960

Oriental's School Of Sailing has both small and large bareboat charter boats available. From a Catalina 22, C&C 24's, a Cal 24 - up to a 34' Beneteau or Catalina - even a 42' Beneteau 423.

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