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1 Week Ago 05:29 PM
FarCry
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

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I took one o' them ASA 104 courses, think they'd let me bareboat it?
I think it really depends more on your credit card limit then completion of ASA 104 from the shenanigans I've seen on many bareboats. I'd be more interested to see if they would include your access to the wine cellar onboard...
1 Week Ago 04:30 PM
Minnesail
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

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You don't have a motorized crows nest and a massive red spinnaker? How can you possibly sail without the basics? Yes those are two 40ish foot sailboats next to it during the BVI Spring Regatta.
I took one o' them ASA 104 courses, think they'd let me bareboat it?
1 Week Ago 03:39 PM
FarCry
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Ha! I was taken back by the fact that he had a little elevator on the front of the mast for his crew to ride to the top for repairs! But really, what's 100' extra hull length between friends?
You don't have a motorized crows nest and a massive red spinnaker? How can you possibly sail without the basics? Yes those are two 40ish foot sailboats next to it during the BVI Spring Regatta.
1 Week Ago 12:45 AM
Leeroy Jenkins Ha! I was taken back by the fact that he had a little elevator on the front of the mast for his crew to ride to the top for repairs! But really, what's 100' extra hull length between friends?
1 Week Ago 11:52 PM
capta
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

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You must be a fellow fisherman! Although the Necker Belle is a very large catamaran, it is only 105' long....
Oh come on now, he meant 100 feet per hull!
1 Week Ago 09:47 PM
FarCry
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

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Originally Posted by Leeroy Jenkins View Post
We used Horizon Yacht Charters at the Nanny Cay Marina and they were great. Excellent facillities there too. Great little hotel, restaurants, bars, dining, and grocery shopping all along the dock. The marina cove is a little narrow to get in and out of, but they are required to reposition the boat at the fuel dock right next to the entrance for you to easily depart and re-enter.

Plus, if Branson's massive 200' sailboat can fit in there, i'm sure any sailboat can.
You must be a fellow fisherman! Although the Necker Belle is a very large catamaran, it is only 105' long....
1 Week Ago 07:58 AM
Leeroy Jenkins We used Horizon Yacht Charters at the Nanny Cay Marina and they were great. Excellent facillities there too. Great little hotel, restaurants, bars, dining, and grocery shopping all along the dock. The marina cove is a little narrow to get in and out of, but they are required to reposition the boat at the fuel dock right next to the entrance for you to easily depart and re-enter.

Plus, if Branson's massive 200' sailboat can fit in there, i'm sure any sailboat can.
06-22-2016 09:03 AM
markburski
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

No... Did not check the date but the information is still valid.
06-22-2016 08:57 AM
capta
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

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I used Yachtoo.net when charted out an yacht in the BVI... As Yachtoo.net is just an agent the yacht owners were "BVI Yacht Charters" but i got an 10% discount when using yachtoo.net then directly from "BVI Yacht Charters".
Did you happen to check the date on this thread? OOps.
06-22-2016 08:34 AM
markburski
Re: BVI Yacht Charters - good company?

I used Yachtoo.net when charted out an yacht in the BVI... As Yachtoo.net is just an agent the yacht owners were "BVI Yacht Charters" but i got an 10% discount when using yachtoo.net then directly from "BVI Yacht Charters".
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