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Any bareboat skipper who’s experienced a restless night at anchor knows that bareboating can sometimes be stressful. And while some veteran bareboaters positively enjoy planning trips and controlling ships, others know how glorious it can be to give up the helm and embrace the vacation. That’s when they try out crewed yacht chartering.


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Weekend Chartering

by Peter Nielsen, Posted May 7, 2012

I’m told that weekending is one of the latest, and fastest growing, trends in charter vacations. Ideally, you’d take a bareboat out for a week—or two, if you’re European—but such is the pace of modern life that many people can’t carve out blocks of more than two or three days.


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Sunsail Opens in San Francisco Bay

by Sail Staff, Posted April 13, 2012

This summer, Sunsail will open its newest base in San Francisco Bay, where the international charter company will offer both charters and corporate sailing events aboard a fleet of eight brand new Sunsail First 40s. 


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Executive Editor, Charles J. Doane had never sailed the islands south of Antigua and jumped at the chance to charter in Grenada. He grabbed a few friends and headed to the Granadian waters, and only the Grenadian waters.


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Bay Breeze Yacht Charters is expanding its fleet, adding the Gemini 34 catamaran to its list of available boats. The Traverse City, MI-based company is responding to the rising popularity of catamarans in charter by making them available to guests in the Great Lakes region.


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