Features June 2002 Issue

Owning a Caribbean Charterboat

Sure, you can save a bit of money and have a bit of fun. But you need to be clear about what you want and expect, and bear in mind the difference between a 'boat' and an 'investment'. Your boat will be headed into a rugged trade.

Symbiosis can exist between the sailor (not to be confused with 'investor') and charter company.

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