October recommendations for Caribbean or thereabouts?
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IF[/B] you can get a space I'd HIGHLY recommend you try the S/Y Juliet[/FONT][/SIZE]
I agree, IF you can get a space. She is usually sold out way in advance. She is a great boat, if a little quirky, but then I have gone into that in much detail on other threads. She was the source of the first (and worst:11case of seasickness I ever had, but that was just the crossing to Bimini, and all was peaches and cream the rest of the trip. Good luck, and if you are still going with the Explorer in the Exumas, give my regards to Georgetown! Woody
We have 3 slots left on the Juliet Oct. 4....We have one group on her right now.
And this is the usual way one gets on this boat. You contract with a dive shop which has already booked the entire boat. I hope you fill your slots without difficulty, Don, -too bad I am busy at that time. If another time is needed, contact John at the Juliet and he will tell you who is handling the particular time you need and you can go directly to them and set things up. Good luck! Woody
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