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The Yachting Podcast

Adrienne Gang & Ami Ira

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Adrienne Gang & Ami Ira

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A podcast about the yachting industry.

Latest Episodes

Charter Yacht Brokers Association Panel Discussion

The panel consisted of 2 brokers, Patty Wilson, International Yacht Charter Group, and Melanie Burke, Fraser Yachts, 2 Central Agents Dick Schoonover, Charterport BVI, and Kathleen Mullen, Regency Yacht Vacations, and 2 Captains, Graham Gips SY Allende and Terry Ross, SY ReAction. The discussion was held to bring everyone up to date on the conditions of the British virgin islands as well as a detailed island-by-island breakdown of their conditions and the conditions of their dive spots.

56 MIN2017 NOV 14
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Charter Yacht Brokers Association Panel Discussion

Beth Basinski St. Croix

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

33 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Beth Basinski St. Croix

Sue Russell St. Thomas

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

19 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Sue Russell St. Thomas

Norina Edelman St. Maarten

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

21 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Norina Edelman St. Maarten

Dick Schoonover Tortola BVI

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

24 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Dick Schoonover Tortola BVI
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Latest Episodes

Charter Yacht Brokers Association Panel Discussion

The panel consisted of 2 brokers, Patty Wilson, International Yacht Charter Group, and Melanie Burke, Fraser Yachts, 2 Central Agents Dick Schoonover, Charterport BVI, and Kathleen Mullen, Regency Yacht Vacations, and 2 Captains, Graham Gips SY Allende and Terry Ross, SY ReAction. The discussion was held to bring everyone up to date on the conditions of the British virgin islands as well as a detailed island-by-island breakdown of their conditions and the conditions of their dive spots.

56 MIN2017 NOV 14
Comments
Charter Yacht Brokers Association Panel Discussion

Beth Basinski St. Croix

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

33 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Beth Basinski St. Croix

Sue Russell St. Thomas

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

19 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Sue Russell St. Thomas

Norina Edelman St. Maarten

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

21 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Norina Edelman St. Maarten

Dick Schoonover Tortola BVI

With the upcoming Caribbean yachting season rapidly approaching, there is a lot of concern about the condition of the islands and their facilities. This lack of information has prompted our conversation with locals on the ground to find out what can, and can’t, be done in the Caribbean right now. The consensus is that everything is quickly getting back to normal, but it won’t happen overnight, as there is a lot of rebuilding to do. The yachting community will play a big part in their return to normalcy. It will still happen without us, but it will happen much more slowly without our full support and business. So, if you want to make a difference down island, take your yacht and crew, and show up. It won’t look exactly like it did before, but the attention and love you get from the islanders will be second to none! Topics discussed: Fuel for yachts Provisions Dockage / Marinas Maintenance and repair facilities Airport service Telephone service Cable TV service Garbage disposal / S...

24 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Dick Schoonover Tortola BVI
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