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Tell Us About Your Holiday Charter

If you were lucky enough to be chillin’ at Jost Van Dyke’s Soggy Dollar Bar over the holidays, we want to hear from you.

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The two-week period surrounding Christmas and New Year’s is by far the busiest time of the year in the international yacht chartering industry. Although both charter prices and air fares are generally higher then, it’s a fantastic time for families to get away together and build unforgettable memories; for lovers to add an exotic touch to their romance; and for all who dread the cold days of winter to trade sweaters and jackets for swimsuits — and work on their winter tans.

Not far from the BVI’s famous baths lies the rocky isle called Fallen Jerusalem, another favorite snorkeling spot.

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If you were lucky enough to get away to some warm, sunny charter destination over the holidays, we’d love to hear about it. Send us a few paragraphs about the highlights of your sailing vacation, along with a selection of medium-to-high resolution photos, and we may publish your account in an upcoming edition of Latitude 38. In return, we’ll send you some ‘official’ Latitude logowear. Such a deal!

When you charter in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez, you’ll be amazed what a difference a few degrees of latitude can make.

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