Special 5th Year Anniversary Edition!
REAL BVI 2010 will be “Special 5th Year Anniversary Edition” trip to celebrate 5 years in the BVIs and our travel partnership with The Moorings. REAL BVI 2010 will be a one of a kind trip, with extended water time, celebrity appearances, new gear, special events and parties, and of course, the best yachts in the world from The Moorings!
“10 Days in 2010!”
After coming to the BVIs for 5 years,we need to STEP IT UP! Special 5th Year Anniversary Edition is about more sessions and more smiles! REAL BVI 2010 is scheduled for January 15th - 24th, 2010. This is 3 days longer than our normal REAL BVI trips. This gives everyone more time on the water, more time with friends, more time to learn a new sport and maybe even more time with Jimmy Buffett?! Either way, when you take any REAL BVI experience and make it three days longer, you know it is going to be good!
REAL BVI 2010 is limited and there is only 1 trip. This means it will fill up faster than ever before. Booking now guarantees you first choice of yacht and crews. It only takes $300 to reserve your yacht and start planning the trip of a lifetime!
The countdown to REAL BVI 2010 is in full effect! In fact, we can hear “The Final Countdown” playing right now…..REAL BVI has been a huge success over the past four years with almost 100% return participants plus a rapidly building list of new participants every year. Once you experience REAL BVI, it is not a question of if you will do it again, it is just a question of how to do it bigger and better! The Special 5th Year Anniversary Edition is the answer….
For more info, or to book your space on REAL BVI 2010, please call us toll free at 866-REAL-548 or International at 252-987-6000.
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