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Our tenth charter this season turned out to be an extremely fun one. Not only were we blessed with a very easy-to-please family, we got to travel with our friends Ed and Kathy on the catamaran Elixir, our Buddy Boat for the week.

We had a full seven nights with the Nicol family, and their friends on Elixir, which meant we had plenty of time to hit all of the hot spots. As there’s so much to do there, we spent a full two nights in the North Sound on Virgin Gorda. That extra time allowed our guests to visit the famous Baths, complete an island tour, take part in Michael Beans’ Happy Arrr show, and see the fish feeding at Saba Rock. The North Sound is also a great place for hiking, swimming, snorkeling and watersports, and our guests were able to enjoy all of that too!

As you scan through the following pics, check out the smiles on our guests’ faces…

8 Comments

  1. Hey guys, a while back I saw something about new/big plans part of which included you selling your boat. Whats up?

  2. Do you all charter for couples? My husband has never been sailing and I would like to introduce him to the life. I’m not a very experienced sailor but I know enough to know I never want to quit. Please let me know. Thanks

  3. What a lot of fun you had! And two boats are always better than one.

  4. Hello,

    Please credit my image of ground provisions on this page on your wesbite: http://www.zerotocruising.com/provisions-vs-provisioning/ with the following information: Ā©www.tasteslikehome.org. The image is rights protected and because it is used on your site uncredited, other people have been lifting the image off of your site and using it for commercial purposes. Your assistance would be appreciated. Thank you.

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