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South Florida-based LuxuryDayCharters.com has expanded to Newport for the summer to offer yachts for day charters in the Northeastern U.S.



“Charter guests, especially previous boat owners, consistently mention they love the fact they can step on a gorgeous yacht, enjoy the day, and step off later that evening without the hassle of worrying about anything else other than having a good time,” said Dhardra Blake, a former yacht crew member and owner of LuxuryDayCharters.com.



The company also seeks to add yachts to its offerings in the Northeast and Southeast.

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