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|10-15-2010 02:01 PM|
I put a web page together with more details that should answer your questions. Take a look at it and if you're still interested we can talk:
BVI 2010- November 26 to December 4 - sailingtrips
|10-15-2010 01:54 PM|
I sure will; we'll be on a Leopard 43, probably flying the "Booty" flag. From talking to people in Annapolis last weekend, it seems like there is quite a flotilla that is going down. I'll have to get aboard next year; have fun!
|10-14-2010 11:23 AM|
|SVAuspicious||I'm leaving Annapolis 1 November and should be in the BVI around the 10th or 12th. I won't leave until around the 5th of December. If you see Auspicious (an HR40) come over and say hello.|
|10-14-2010 07:21 AM|
|UncleRuckus||wish I could make it, but already booked for the Grenadines.|
|10-13-2010 06:11 PM|
|Epickiteboarder||I might be interested, can u give me more info|
|10-01-2010 04:12 PM|
BVI sail, end of Nov.
Hey, I'm chartering a 43' catamaran in the BVI for nine days, starting November 26th, and had a late cancellation. It's a 4 cabin/4 head layout, with one cabin available for one or two more. The cost is $1,125 per person and includes all expenses, including food and drinks, even some of the dinners.
Six booked now, in our 30's to 60 years of age. About half are divers, so we'll spend a good bit of time in the water snorkeling or diving, but also hiking, kayaking, even a little bar-hopping.
At the same time, I have a friend who wanted to go but can't this week. She's looking to sail the week before (Thanksgiving) or at Christmas in the BVI. If anyone needs another crew during these times, please let me know also, and I'll pass on the info. She's in her 40's, very fit, lives in the U.S., but grew up sailing in Sweden.
Ed edsml at juno