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Question Key West Day Sail Charter?

Visit soon, wondering if anyone has a good recommendation for a company to go on a day sail with for 2-4 people. Don't mind if other people are on the boat as well but am looking for a sloop. Just looking for a day sail on a Sunday to get out on the water and enjoy it a bit.

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Re: Key West Day Sail Charter?

I just got back from Key West. Took a day sail from Breezin Charters. Breezincharters.com. 1989 Catalina 42. Nice boat and knowledgeable captain/owner. Enjoy.
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Re: Key West Day Sail Charter?

Spec2, thanks so much for the heads up. I'll check that out!

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Re: Key West Day Sail Charter?

Any info on recommended bareboat charters on the keys would be welcome as well, I'll be down there in a few months. Lower budget preferred, for me haha, no 40 footers need apply
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Re: Key West Day Sail Charter?

We will be in Key West for one more month before starting the charter season in St. Augustine. PM me if you would like to arrange something.http://georgebuehler.com/Dragonfly-50.html
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