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Re: Destination recomendation

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Spirit Air CAN be cheap getting to the BVI via the USVI plus a ferry. Gotta weigh up the extra cost of a hotel night though.
Yea that is the problem with STT, the ferry connection is much to tight. SXM is not bad way to get to the BVI, Lait has flights till late at night
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I am looking for a recommendation for a Destination for a Bareboat charter with friends this winter. I am an RYA Offshore Yatch Master (1985) have chartered in the BVI, California,and Asia (years ago) and run a charter business on the Canadian North Shore of Lake Superior so I have the experience that way but I haven't done a lot of Chartering in different locations so don't know the areas (I worked off the coast of Africa in the 80's but don't think we will go there) It will be my wife and I (lots of experience) and another couple with very limited experience. What we are looking for is somewhere that is inexpensive but warm, good sailing and where we can also do some diving. I was thinking about Florida as it is inexpencive to fly there and only a 35 hour drive if we decide to go that way. But wonder what the costs would be for everything else. Basically looking for a good value on sailing and diving.
The suggestions so far are good, and there is no doubt that the Caribbean has excellent sailing and diving. The cost may be higher, but have you considered New Zealand or Oz? The Bay of Islands are great (NZ), however for superb diving then anywhere around the Barrier Reef would be fantastic...

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I think, Dubai is a great location for yacht chartering, cruising, sailing and another different and unique kind of tour is the desert safari.
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Thanks for everyone's suggestions. I eneded up getting really good deals on flights to the BVI so we are going there for two weeks on and under the water.
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Re: Destination recomendation

Of course everything is tough this year as we Blew the engine in our boat this summer so have to pay for that as well
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