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    Sailing Yacht Marae: Save 10 Percent

    Nicholson Yachts is kicking off the week with a 10 percent discount aboard the 108-foot Alloy sailing yacht Marae.  The deal is good September 15 through December 15, as Marae moves her base of operations from Newport, Rhode Island, down through the Chesapeake Bay and into the northern Caribbean for the winter season. Marae is a 2004 build […]

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    $20,000 Price Drop on East Coast USA Charters

    Northrop and Johnson sends word that the 150-foot Delta motoryacht Katya is moving from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, up to Newport, Rhode Island. In order to secure some en-route charters, the owner is dropping Katya‘s weekly base rate from $150,000 to $130,000. Katya is a 2009 build that accommodates 10 to 12 guests. I got aboard […]

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    Save 20 Percent on Fall Foliage Charters

    Here at CharterWave headquarters outside of New York City, the leaves on the trees are just starting to change into autumn’s yellows, oranges and reds. On the Chesapeake Bay, perfect timing for leaf-peeping vacations will be during the next few weeks, and the 108-foot Alloy sailing yacht Marae is offering a 20-percent discount on her […]

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    Inquire Now for Autumn Charters on Chesapeake Bay

    Here’s an interesting option being advertised by Nicholson Yachts: The 108-foot Alloy sailing yacht Marae is now accepting inquiries for charters this autumn on the Chesapeake Bay. Currently, Marae is in New England with availability there starting in mid-August. She’ll be transiting down to the Caribbean at the end of the summer season, and the […]

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    Charter Yacht Marae in Chesapeake Bay this Autumn

    The Chesapeake Bay, on the mid-Atlantic coast of the United States, is a destination that many charter yachts pass by as they move from the summer cruising grounds in New England to the winter cruising grounds in the Caribbean. It’s a shame that so few stop at the Chesapeake, which is America’s largest estuary and […]

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