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Old 11-14-2009, 01:33 PM
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rchevelle71,

We'll be in Micco, but will be heading back around the 1st or 2nd. Don't do much boating while we're there in December- just use it to get to the USA ( I don't like flying).

If you come this way I would recommend April - August ... boating at it's best.
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rchevelle71,

We'll be in Micco, but will be heading back around the 1st or 2nd. Don't do much boating while we're there in December- just use it to get to the USA ( I don't like flying).

If you come this way I would recommend April - August ... boating at it's best.
austin so you take the 28 over to the main land usa? if so that means we could take our 28saber over a 46 skater right,how many miles and can you get 91 or 93oc for the 28 the skater uses kero for the turbines or would flying over and renting a boat be better? art
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The place looks beautiful, I'm going to try and get 2 more couple together to rent the big house and come over for my girls 30 Birthday in April.
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Old 11-15-2009, 10:11 AM
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Air time- A 28' is a perfect size in my opinion for this area. Crossing is no big deal on the right day. On the wrong day there is no "good" size or boat! But once your here a 28' is as much boat as you'll ever need, and at that size, you can easily dock and use the boat as your car. I think we get 91 oc but I'm not sure- whatever it is it runs my 6.2's fine- they are fully stock.

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Come on down... we can hit www.petespub.com in the Pantera on her b day.
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Looks like a great getaway. Sure wish it was posted 2 weeks ago. Was looking to go somewhere mid Jan. decided on Jamaica. My loss. Now I know for next time.
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Old 11-15-2009, 09:47 PM
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Thanks I get the other couples on board and give you a call in a few weeks.
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So what cottage comes with the Pantera for the week?!?! HAHA! Seriously though, from what I've read I assume all of the sea level cottages come with a boat for the week except for the "Green House" or does a boat have to be rented for whatever house we stay at?
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Old 11-16-2009, 08:41 AM
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89Mach1,

A boat needs to be rented seperately for the cottages at Sea Level Cottages ( www.sealevelcottages.com/boats.html ), our Lubbers' Landing cottages have a package option that includes a 20' Albury Brothers boat- great boats.

Air Time, it's 255 mile for me "dock to dock" Lubbers' to Micco Fl... 6 hours.
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Austin- You might want to make that a little more clear in your descriptions then, because I was under the impression that they did come with a 22' or 23' center console. Not trying to be an azz or anything, just pointing something out that could cause you some problems in the future.



http://www.sealevelcottages.com/cott...ercottage.html

http://www.sealevelcottages.com/cott...phinhouse.html

http://www.sealevelcottages.com/cottages/bighouse.html
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Austin- You might want to make that a little more clear in your descriptions then, because I was under the impression that they did come with a 22' or 23' center console. Not trying to be an azz or anything, just pointing something out that could cause you some problems in the future.



http://www.sealevelcottages.com/cott...ercottage.html

http://www.sealevelcottages.com/cott...phinhouse.html

http://www.sealevelcottages.com/cottages/bighouse.html
These clearly state the boat is part of the price. It would be a bit confusing.


Rates: $1900.00 per week for a max of four people. ( two adults and up to two small children) Prices include the 22' boat.

2-bedroom cottage with Boat:

1-2 People - $2600.00/week
Each Additional Person - $300/week


5-bedroom cottage with Boat (23' center console with 150 HP Johnson, VHF Radio, T-Top & Swim Platform).

1-6 People - $3400.00/week
Each Additional Person - $300/week


Austin,
Which ones do you mean that have to rent the boat separately? This sounds like a pretty cool get away.
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