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Family Vacation: Best Sailing (Charter) Vacation

I would like to take my two children 7 and 4 and my wife on a carribean or warm destintation sailing winter vacation this January. I would prefer to be on a sizable sailing vessel family orientated as I don't want to charter my own boat and my papers need upgrading. I am an avid sailor from way back but my wife and kids are neophytes and I would like them to have a pleasant foray into this wonderful sport. Looking for a large sailing vessel in the Bahamas or whereever with cabins, meals, etc. provided and many stops to swim and explore sea life.

All suggestions are welcome.

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For it to be warm go to the BVI. The northern Bahamas are a wee bit cool. Don't forget you can charter in the Keys, or Miami, and do a oneway charter with Florida Yacht Charters. At least you use to be able to go one way......i2f
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Thanks I'll check out FYC.
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