Charter Most Commented

Amy Ullrich

Caribbean regattas aren't the sole province of locals and sailing journalists. Three big ones—the St. Martin Heineken Regatta (early March), BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival (early April), and Antigua Sailing Week (late April)—have non-spinnaker charter divisions, and several charter companies allow their boats to enter.


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Have a Question about Longterm Charters?

by Sail Staff, Posted June 12, 2008
Edited by Amy Ullrich

A READER ASKS

Menno Speyer, who lives in Qubec, wants to know about longer-term charters. "We currently own a boat," he writes, "but are considering selling it. We would still like to be out on the water for at least a month each year. We're thinking of warm-water locationsthe Caribbean, the South Pacific, Asia, and other warm places. How can we


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Have a Question About Chartering Hawaii?

by Sail Staff, Posted May 15, 2008
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By Amy Ullrich

A reader wonders
"I have been trying to find either a crewed or bareboat charter in Hawaii and have been unable to find a charter of the type I've experienced in the Caribbean. Does Hawaii prohibit or limit sailing charters?"

It isn't the political entity of Hawaii that limits sailing charters and discourages


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Is It Time for Boat Swapping?

by Sail Staff, Posted May 15, 2008
An online match-making service for boatowners interested in boat swapping, launched earlier this year at www.seemysea.com, is now claiming members from many corners of the world. The premise: To allow busy boatowners to travel in far-away spots without piling the cost of chartering on top of the cost of already owning a boat at home.

A one-year


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Have a Question About Chartering?

by Sail Staff, Posted April 15, 2008
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[Q:] I am going to be in Athens, Greece, on business and have reserved five days for a charter. What do you suggest?

[A:] The best way to make use of the available time is to start and end your charter close to Athens; this means cruising to the islands of the Saronic Gulf—Aegina, Poros (the famous theater at Epidavros is nearby), Hydra, and


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