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Sailing Distant Oceans - Chartering in the British Virgin Islands

"Mt. Everest rises to a height of 29,002 feet above sea level. Within 100 fathoms, how many feet below sea level is the deepest known depth of the oceans?"

Utah Lake State Park Visitor's Center
Thursday March 8th  7:00 - 8:30 PM


  Sailing Distant Oceans II. The SEAquel - return to the BVI’s  Mike Harmer
Come see fantastic photos of sailing in the British Virgin Islands. It's on every sailor's bucket list, so come learn what it takes to plan a successful trip to the BVI and share your stories if you've already been. Mike's recent trip to the BVI will include tips and insights from a monohull sailor's first time chartering a 45' catamaran, and information on taking kids to the greatest sailing destination on earth. Find out the ins and outs of using second-tier charter companies to cut your BVI chartering bill in half. We'll also talk about the possibility of organizing a group charter with discounted boat prices for anyone interested in joining. There will also be several door prizes provided by Conch Charters, a BVI-based charter company.

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Tim Adams
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Wooden Boat Restoration Class
Coming soon!

Trivia answer: 35,800 feet. If you could transplant Mt. Everest into the ocean at the deepest point in the Marianas Trench, there would still be more than a mile of water above its peak to the surface of the ocean.
Bonneville School of Sailing

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