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Puerto Rico Sailing school

Does anyone know anything about the Caribbean Sailing School in Fajardo, PR?

http://www.csspr.com

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Puerto Rico Sailing school

I''ve sent in my money and will be doing this school Nov 20th. I''ll let you know how it goes.
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I am not sure if you are still active on this board or not, but I am thinking about taking a week long course with Caribbean Sailing School in Puerto Rico, and I wanted to see how your experience was? Did you have Captain Mike? Any info you could provide would be appreciated!

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i'm trying to do some research on CSSPR for an upcoming trip i will be taking this month. did you get a chance to check them out? how was your experience? thanks for the help!
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what the heck is that supposed to mean? do you know something i dont? i'm just trying to find some info on the Caribbean Sailing Adventures/Caribbean Sailing School in Fajardo, PR
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so... the lack of responses is making me wonder if everyone who has taken a sailing class with this school is now dead.
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do you think that's what happened? i wish someone had some info about sailing schools in Puerto Rico...
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