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I just returned from completing my ASA certification course for bareboat chartering. Can't say enough about Capt. Will Miller. A very patient, personable and knowledgeable young man. Had two great days of sailing in and out of Charleston Harbor, with 15-20 knot winds and clear skies and eighty degree whether. He has been leasing a Hunter 30 for giving lessons, but will soon have his Bavaria 44 in the water for class.

And for anyone who hasn't been there, as I hadn't, Charleston is a great little city.

If it is not appropriate for me to post his link here, please forgive me after you delete it. I just like giving credit where credit is due: Charleston Sailing School - ASA Sailing School Charleston - ASA sailing school SC - ASA sailing school South Carolina - Charleston SC Sailing School

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