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Abacos charter

Would like to do another bare boat charter in the Abacos. Looking for ~40+ cat. Spring of 2011.
Can anyone recommend a company.

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Moorings in Marsh Harbour. There are other cats for charter but they are smaller than 40 feet. Look in the ads section of Sail or Lats & Atts or other sailing mags or Google it, if you are interested in another company. Abacos is a beautiful place and a beautiful place to charter. If the weather is good and it usually is in the spring I'm sure you'll love it.
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Moorings in Marsh Harbour. There are other cats for charter but they are smaller than 40 feet. Look in the ads section of Sail or Lats & Atts or other sailing mags or Google it, if you are interested in another company. Abacos is a beautiful place and a beautiful place to charter. If the weather is good and it usually is in the spring I'm sure you'll love it.
Yes. I know. I've sailed there twice. Both companies are no longer there. Sunsail was one. Moorings is always great but, oh so pricey!
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Here's one out of Hope Town Maine Cat: Home of the 30', 41' sailing catamarans, the new P-47 powered catamaran and bareboat Bahamas charters but I think it's probably pricey too. I tried to google the other charters and you're right they have gone out of business. There was no indication why. I was sure I saw them last winter so it must be fairly recent.
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Not bare but..........

They are cheaper than bare but are cool crewed: www.seadevil.com
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