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Old 07-18-2001
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I''M PLANNING ON SAILING TO THE BVI THIS NOVEMBER AND LEAVING MY 44 FT CATAMARAN THERE UNTIL APRIL. I PLAN ON VISITING AT LEAST 4 TIMES DURING THAT TIME. I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY HELP IN FINDING EITHER A DOCK SPACE OR A MOORING IN A SAFE AND ACCESSABLE PLACE ON TORTOLA OR VIRGIN GORDA AT REASONABLE RATES.
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Not the cheapest but the best in my opinion is Nanny Cay. Good security (not a major issue) caring people with good services. Good luck.
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i left my boat in red hook last winter and can recommend someone to watch your boat, he has also boat sat my friends for over 10 years.
he will also maintain your teak and clean and polish inside and out.
eric
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Nanny Cay is probably your best spot. My wife and I are experienced sailors who have rented private sailboats directly from owners in the Caribbean for the past several years. We would be interested in talking with you about renting your cat for 4-6 weeks Feb-March 2002. Interested? Email me direct asilverman@kal-law.com. Be glad to give you more info on Nanny Cay. Thanks.
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THANK YOU ERIC,
I WOULD BE VERY INTERESTED IN GETTING THE GUY''S INFO. HOW MUCH DOES HE CHARGE AND WHERE IS RED HOOK.
DENIS
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please e-mail me backchannel
eric
kimberlt@optonline.net

where is your boat now?
eric
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ERIC,
I''VE BEEN TRYING TO E-MAIL YOU BUT THE MAIL HAS BEEN RETURNED. MY E-MAIL IS
DMCCAR7226@AOL.COM
MY BOAT IS CURRENTLY IN STAMFORD CT AND I WILL BE GOING TO THE BVI IN LATE OCTOBER VIA
BERMUDA
DENIS
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hi,
i have been in nyc.
my e-mail is kimberlt@optonline.net
eric
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