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Charter Insider

It has been a good decade for chartering. Boats have been refreshed, new bases added, new differentiating “products” have been introduced, and it’s easier than ever to learn about cool opportunities and last minute deals. Let’s look how you can be in-the-know and get out on the water in 2019.

THE MOORINGS TURNS 50

Fifty is fabulous—if you’re a company, that is. The Moorings () celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with a look back to 1969 when Charlie and Ginny Cary opened their first base in the British Virgin Islands with just six Pearson yachts. Today, the company has 400 vessels in over 20 destinations and is a premium brand in the charter space.

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