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I live in NYC and am having a difficult time finding bareboat charter companies in the area. I'm happy to drive a bit if need be. Does anyone have suggestions?

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Hi, here are some I found on the net for you - not sure if this is what you looking for?
www.connexions.net/southernstar/ - For Reservations Contact Bijan Kalantari (212) 787-8030 or
http://www.goplayoutdoors.com/Member/BluePacificBoating/index.htm or
http://www.pacificsail.com/

Hope this is of some help
The only real place to day or weekend charter a sailboat is Nelson Sailing Center in Toms River, NJ, It is about 40 mins away from the city.. Becareful what boat you charter, some are in good shape so not so good shape.
Melissa
Hi Ross,

I am captain of the S/V Splendido, a 57' Beneteau available for captained charter based in Stonington, CT. We visit all the surrounding ports including Block Island, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. We usually charter on a weekly basis although shorter charters are also available. If you may be interested go to our website at www.splendido57.com for more information. As a fellow Seaknots member we will give you a 10% discount off our charter rates.

Jeremy

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