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Annapolis-based Dream Yacht Charter opened its newest base near Ft. Lauderdale in mid-November at Harbor Towne Marina in Dania Beach. The company features a mix of monohulls from Beneteau and Jeanneau, and catamarans from Lagoon, Fountain Pajot and Voyage for day sails or term charters.


The office will be managed by Craig Allison, who also owns a yacht refurbishment and commissioning firm.


Dream Yacht Charter recently opened bases in Antigua at the full-service marina in Jolly Harbour and managed by Thierry Ote, in Grenada at Marina Port Louis., and in the UK in Southampton on the bank of the Solent at Port Hamble Marina.


For more information, visit www.dreamyachtcharter.com.

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