Virgin Islands Search And Rescue Receives Donation From Marinemax Vacations

Virgin Islands Search And Rescue Receives Donation From Marinemax Vacations

MarineMax Vacations recently donated $4,600 to support Virgin Islands Search and Rescue efforts (VISAR).

“We are proud to support VISAR,” states Raul Bermudez, MarineMax Vacations Vice President Charter Division. “Through the donations we receive from our charter guests, we are able to support the efforts of this great organization and their dedication to saving life at sea.”

VISAR is an independent, volunteer-based Non-Profit Organization funded almost entirely by charitable donations. They provide an on-call emergency service to the Virgin Island community, including the island of Tortola where the MarineMax Vacations base is headquartered. Voted the number one charter company in the British Virgin Islands, the MarineMax Vacations base is home to a fleet of over 40 custom Aquila power catamarans.

“My team helps people to plan their dream vacation in an exotic location,” Bermudez continues. “VISAR provides peace of mind to our charter guests. Should anything go wrong, they can dial 767 or SOS on a standard dialing pad to connect to someone for help.”

 ABOUT MARINEMAX VACATIONS

MarineMax Vacations is the fastest growing charter company and a subsidiary of MarineMax. With locations in the British Virgin Islands and the Bahamas, they operate a fleet of true powerboats, including the custom-built MarineMax 362, MarineMax 443 and MarineMax 484 power catamarans. Guests can choose from a variety of Power Catamaran vessels ranging from 36 – 48 feet or a sailing vessel through one of MarineMax Vacations partner charter companies. Those wishing to learn more about MarineMax Vacations, to plan and price their charter vacation, to inquire about the Yacht Ownership Program or private ownership should call toll free 888-461-5497 or 813-644-8071 or visit www.marinemaxvacations.com.

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