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We've been flying to Aruba every December at great expense for the last couple of years. I'd much rather take an extra day or two to sail out there!
Sorry, my geography lobe just kicked in. I'm guessing Aruba is more like a 3 - 5-day sail. Still, a 3 week vacation at $1000 is better than a 1 week vacation at $3000.
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You can get around very easily in the SBM & Miami area. We managed to get any part we needed, and get all over Miami to serve our needs for cruising. SBM has a small bus that does the loop for a quarter, and it crosses the paths of many buses going n.s.e. & w.

I am from the S.F Bay Area, and lived in S.F. for 15 years. That's what I call great public transportation. Unfortunately it's not my idea of a cruising area. My idea is living in a swimsuit, and being able to jump into the water most of the year. That just doesn't happen in S.F.. ........i2f
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