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My Oceanis 38 is for charter when not being used by the owners. Boat has inverter, chartplotter, microwave, TV/VCR, and is in excellent shape. We only rent to experienced BVI charterers and we have references. Enjoy the flexability and amenities of a privately owned yacht. www.yachlease.net or call Jeff 972-771-8145
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Hi Jeff,
Your website isnt responding. You might want to check your post or server. Just out of curiousity, what island, marina are you moored in the BVI? Also what is the name of your boat? What is your rate per week?

Tony
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Move your boat to St. Thomas. Sail the Spanish Virgins and USVI, south coast PR. Or, you could keep contributing to the government that''s jailing american kids and stealing their gear to help their economy.
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