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Sunsail opens on St. Lucia

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Florida-based Sunsail has opened a new charter base in Marigot Bay, St. Lucia, for this winter. Sunsail will also add new flotilla routes and destinations for the season as well as make some changes to its existing bases throughout the Caribbean, Far East and Mediterranean.



Sunsail has more than 800 vessels in 30 locations worldwide. It was not clear how many boats it would maintain in St. Lucia. For more information, visit www.sunsail.com.

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