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Source: Some new friends enjoy a few beers on a flotilla in Mallorca

A warm breeze across the deck and an azure sea are enough for me, and it’s what I remember most when I’m not on the water. But for many sailors, a long-awaited vacation had better include more than tropical isles and quiet anchorages. _ at’s why charter companies have been experimenting with new twists on weeklong adventures to cater to a variety of guests’ other interests. Whether it’s food, wine tasting, athletic activities or sailing with the purpose

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