January 2010 Charter Specials

If you're looking to take your chartering to the next level, try racing a Sunsail 39i in the inaugural IYCC during the BVI Spring Regatta, March 29-April 4. Sunsail will provide the winner with 10% off the yacht and a free sailing charter. If it's vacationing you're after, Sunsail is offering 20% off both one- and two-week flotillas in the BVI
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If you're looking to take your chartering to the next level, try racing a Sunsail 39i in the inaugural IYCC during the BVI Spring Regatta, March 29-April 4. Sunsail will provide the winner with 10% off the yacht and a free sailing charter. If it's vacationing you're after, Sunsail is offering 20% off both one- and two-week flotillas in the BVI and St. Vincent for select dates in April.? Whether you race or charter with Sunsail, send your videos and photos in for a chance to win a Sunsail Charter in Tahiti with airfare provided by Air Tahiti Nui through the Sunsail Video & Photo Contest.?

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Horizon Yacht Charters wants to help you get creative this Valentine's Day with their enticing "Two's Company Cash Back" program. Book your romantic charter in St. Martin – the gastronomic capital of the Caribbean – and enjoy a free sleepaboard night, $40 cash back per night and a gift set of L'Occitaine products on board. Sure beats flowers and chocolates! Offer ends February 28, 2010.

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Love is also in the air at Offshore Sailing School where you and a partner can take advantage of the Two for One Certificates for Lovers, good for the Learn to Sail course. Also, share the love with the entire family with the special Kids Learn Free program. Extended for the entirety of 2010, this course is available for two adults and up to four children ages 7-17.

Down at Conch Charters, you can receive 15% off for the rest of February and sail eight days for the price of seven through all of March.

TMM Yacht Charters is offering all remaining A season weeks up to April 12 at B season rates.

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