Board for Key Largo 12/24-29

Board for Key Largo 12/24-29

Post by DanaSc » Tue, 29 Oct 1996 04:00:00


My wife and I will be in Key Largo, Fla in December, the 24th - 29th and
we can't bring our boards.  I can't afford to rent at $50/hr shop rates.
I would like to beg, borrow or rent a board/rig at reasonable rates for
that time from a fellow sailor or shop in the area.  I normally sail an
Astro Rock, my wife an F2 Strato; anything similar to either would be
great.  I would be forever greatful if you can help or have any
suggestions.

 
 
 

Board for Key Largo 12/24-29

Post by DanaSc » Thu, 31 Oct 1996 04:00:00

It occurs to me, someone might sell me a board/rig for maybe $300 - 500.
That would be great too.

 
 
 

Board for Key Largo 12/24-29

Post by Andrew » Thu, 31 Oct 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

> My wife and I will be in Key Largo, Fla in December, the 24th - 29th and
> we can't bring our boards.  I can't afford to rent at $50/hr shop rates.
> I would like to beg, borrow or rent a board/rig at reasonable rates for
> that time from a fellow sailor or shop in the area.  I normally sail an
> Astro Rock, my wife an F2 Strato; anything similar to either would be
> great.  I would be forever greatful if you can help or have any
> suggestions.

Check These guys out, you can rent a complete rig for the week for $200
and get either mistral, bic or hifly. Everything is rigged and ready at
the launch site. The launch site is at the Holiday Isle Resort just 10
miles south of Key Largo. You can also take the equipment with you If you
want to go to the trouble to find a better launch spot. I think you will
find their launch site one of the best in the Florida Keys.

You can call them at (305)664-9494  9am to 5pm.

Have a great vacation!

Drew

 
 
 

Board for Key Largo 12/24-29

Post by OREN L. REINBO » Fri, 01 Nov 1996 04:00:00


writes:

Quote:

>My wife and I will be in Key Largo, Fla in December, the 24th - 29th
and
>we can't bring our boards.  I can't afford to rent at $50/hr shop
rates.
>I would like to beg, borrow or rent a board/rig at reasonable rates
for
>that time from a fellow sailor or shop in the area.  I normally sail
an
>Astro Rock, my wife an F2 Strato; anything similar to either would be
>great.  I would be forever greatful if you can help or have any
>suggestions.

Try Calvert's in Islamorada Key.  They are fairly priced, flexible, and
located in the best sailing spot in the keys. I've sailed in many
places, including Kailua and live in the SF Bay area. My favorite day
ever was sailing a 2 mile reach in flat water and side shore winds off
Calvert's beach.

Oren