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Yacht Path offers new Caribbean transport service

Yacht Path Marine Group will be offering a new service this fall, connecting its current Pacific Coast ports of call to the popular cruising destinations of the Caribbean.

“Mexico continues to be one of the most popular destinations for American boaters, but due to the random and unpredictable crime in parts of the country, many of our clients have decided to either stay close to home or seek alternative cruising destinations for this coming winter,” Yacht Path operations director Kevin Cummings said in a statement.

Yacht Path’s first sailing to St. Thomas will begin in October, initiating operations in Victoria, B.C., with stops in Ensenada, LaPaz and/or Manzanillo, Mexico, before heading to Golfito, Costa Rica; St. Thomas; and Port Everglades, Fla.

Yacht Path is a direct provider of transportation services for sportfish, motor and sailing yachts of all sizes.

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