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Old 02-04-2003
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Sailing in St. Thomas

My girlfriend and I will be in St. Thomas this weekend for 4 days and were hoping to get a little daysailing in if possible. Does anyone have any experiences or suggestions? Any help would be appreciated.
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Sailing in St. Thomas

I''m going to St. Thomas this weekend as well. My wife and I have spent a week there every year for the past 14 years. Great place.

If you''re talking about renting a bareboat for a day, try Latitude 14 near the St. Thomas Yacht Club on the East End. I rented a C&C 35 from them for a day a few years back (I think it cost me about $300). I don''t know if they still do that.

If you''re just looking to be a passenger, there are many sailboats that will take you for a day, maximum 6 passengers. Check the latest "St. Thomas This Week" aboard your airplane or at the airport. Also, the trimarans Coconut and Day Dreamer take 15-20 people out for $100 each from the Renaissance Grand resort. The Jost van Dyke trip is great fun and worth the price.

Good luck and have fun.

Hans
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Oops, sorry. In the above, I meant Latitude 18, not 14.
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