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Chartering in North Carolina

Can any body give me any info on chartering in North Carolina? Looking to charter for a long weekend. Would like something in the 35-40 foot range. Thanks for any advice.

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Good luck. I was looking too and ultimately bailed 'cause I could not find anything with confidence. The sites for Carolina Wind and Whittaker Creek, however, looked like they had opportunity.
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Carolina Wind has been doing N.C. charters for 30+ years. It's a great sailing area, with several neat places to visit.

I manage the charter fleet and I'm glad to help with any questions.
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Thanks secondwind. I have looked at your website and like the looks. Looking for an area to take our family for a long weekend.
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Carolinas Sail Charters

Look up Charleston Sailing school in Charleston SC good people and several sailboats Charleston Sailing School - ASA Sailing School - South Carolina Sailing School - Ocean Sailing School - Bareboat Charters - Sailing Charters - Sailboat Rentals tell them Jay referred you
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Whitaker Creek in Oriental does charters... They are tattered boats sometimes, but easy to work with.

Also, try Oriental Sailing School. There boats are probably newer.
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