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looking for a way to get on the water for a day or two the first week of Oct. We will be on our honeymoon and a charter just isn't in the budget. Any ideas or contacts sure would be appreciated. Sorry about the miss-spell Grenada

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You might post your request on the Grenada Cruisers facebook page.

HINT to find us you MUST search facebook groups.

Request to be 'friended'.

Ask away. Somebody might help. I expect to be in Trindad getting my topsides painted otherwise I might offer.
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thank you, I am new to the forum and appreciate the reply.
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If you are staying at a resort see if they have any type of sailboat available.

My wife and I have used small Hobie cats (Waves I think) at Sandals in Jaimaica and at the St. James Club in Antigua. It was fun to cruise around for a little bit and it was included in the price of the resort stay.
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