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by Charilee Crespo

Share a Charter!

Book a Single Cabin or Berth

12 February 2010: Web-based HookedOnSailing.com, caters to couples and individuals who are interested in booking a single cabin or berth aboard a professionally crewed, small sailing yacht in the Caribbean.

Interested in a “theme charter?”

HookedOnSailing.com offers yacht themes that include: photography, nature, creative writing, songwriting, hiking, diving; team-building, college graduation celebrations, girlfriend getaways, gay charters, lesbian charters, and clothing optional sailing.

Cabin and Theme Charters promote comfortable, relaxed, adults-only, shared yachting vacations for about 6-10 passengers. The yachts are operated by a skipper and passengers may lend a hand at the helm or the sails or just relax and enjoy making new friends.

The week-long sailing excursions to the British Virgin Islands and the Grenadines are two of the most popular sailing destinations in the Caribbean.
The company represents a select group of charter yachts of both monohulls and catamarans, ranging from 46-ft. to 100-ft with cabins for two, or single berths. The seven-day sail runs $1,800 to $3,300 per person depending on yachts, meals, drinks, toys, etc.

ABOUT THE FOUNDERS

KEN ISAACSON and DEIRDRE (“DEE”) MAXTED met on a sailing charter around St. Barts and have been sailing together ever since. Ken, a native of Boston, MA, is a former ad agency entrepreneur and also founded an online B2B company.

Now, ‘retired early’ and being adventuresome, avid sailors, they enjoy the ‘avocation’ and the past-time they love the most: sailing…while helping others who love to sail, quickly and effortlessly book a berth and join a group, at http://www.HookedOnSailing.com.

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