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Geobone...I am going to let your post stand since it is a reply to Melrna's post even though it reads like an advertisment.
Though you have been up front about your connection, the rules here require you to list your name and commercial affiliation in your signature. You may participate fully in the forums and answer questions from members about your company's services but self promotion or starting threads about Sailtime is not permitted. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
This note from an earlier Sailnet moderator still stands, and is not limited to Geobone.
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To John - moderator:

Appreciate not selling on the site, just not sure how to explain Fractional membership to the general public. Obviously, most folks don't understand how the program works. Any thoughts are appreciated.

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I would encourage you to take out an advertisement here at Sailnet. By doing so, you can reach a diverse audience of sailors and effectively promote your business.

Being a paid advertiser also gives you more latitude in the forums to link to your business and respond to questions about fractional ownership without getting dinged for free self-promotion in violation of the forum policies. So, for instance, in this case where you came by and revived an old thread, there would not have been a problem if you were a paid advertiser.
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I thought Sailtime went out of business a few years ago, or at least in the Annapolis hub.
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Not at all. Just the owners of that particular base. They have at least 4 boats there, and are an ASA school. Over 40 bases worldwide.
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