Boat Charters: Fishing Reefs And Wrecks

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Some offshore fishing adventures involve a long ride on fishing boat charters to target big fish on remote wrecks and reefs. When you're hoping to book an adventure with fishing boat charters, it's important to remember some basic techniques to help you haul in trophy catches. Getting Them to Bite You can't catch big fish if you can't get them to bite. When you're targeting trophy fish on remote wrecks and reefs, you'll likely focus on a small stretch of water.

3 November 2020

4 Tips for Renting a Charter Bus for Kids

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Chartering a bus can be one of the easiest and most affordable ways to get a group of kids from point A to point B. It's easier than loading the group into 15 different cars and trying to keep track of one another, and it costs significantly less than flying with that many youngsters. However, you do still need to be prepared when renting a charter bus with a group of kids.

17 August 2020

Why You Should Have A Yacht Charter For Your Wedding

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You might be thinking you want something a little different for your wedding. You may have thought of having a destination wedding or at least one held outside. There might be a location that is the best of both worlds. You could consider hiring a yacht charter for your wedding. You get the excitement and thrill of a destination type wedding with an outdoor feel. Here are some good reasons you should hire a yacht charter for your wedding.

19 June 2020

5 Compelling Reasons To Make Your Destination Wedding Closer To Home

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When most people think of a destination wedding, they think about nuptials in far-flung places that require passports and speak a foreign language. But should your destination wedding be a lot closer to home? The answer may be 'yes', and here are a few of the good reasons why. 1. Traveling Now Can Be Difficult Not everyone will be comfortable or able to travel in the next year or two. The travel industry has and will continue to suffer from business closures, government restrictions, and concerns over health and wellness.

21 May 2020