We operate a crewed charter business in the Windward Islands and literally sail and anchor around many bareboats daily. We also know many of the service personnel scattered throughout the islands who are on call to address any equipment problems these boats may have.Capta, Thanks for the info. Do you mind me asking what you mean by "I sail with them daily"?
CYOA Yacht Charters in St. Thomas. We depart that island ASAP and head over to St John or the BVI post haste. STT is awful, but the charter base is almost walking distance from the major airport (not quite). Not sure if they like being referred to as a Mom and Pop, but they only have a half dozen or so monohulls and about 20 catamarans.Thanks for all the info about Moorings! Do you mind sharing the mom and pop place in usvi/bvi? We hope to head there next and bareboat.
I've used Ed Hamilton & Co Yacht Charter Agents and thought they did a very good job. I believe they also cover the pacific.I have been in touch with Moorings, a local company, and with Boatbookings. I'm thinking about going with Boatbookings .... Has anybody had experience with them?