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Old 11-10-2010, 13:17   #1
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We are looking at leasing a 65' Trimaran. Where are the best areas to go to insure the BEST provisions? We are looking at a two month period and want to be in Bahamas / Caribbean. Top concerns are accessibility to items like (but not necessarily): caviar, truffles, good Scotch, vintage wines, foie gras, Kobe beef, King Crab, fresh and exotic fruits etc.

Also, where are the best nude friendly beaches as we have a more naturist approach to our traveling.

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Old 11-10-2010, 13:34   #2
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I await with great interest responses from the group. Sailing by boat is defined as the most expensive form of third class travel. I would be happy to fly it into anyport you are at.

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Nude beaching is not allowed in the Bahamas. We are looking to simply change things up a bit for a change of pace. Varety is the spice of life!
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So your top concerns are high end provisions and nude beaches, perhaps the french riviera is more your speed than the Bahamas.
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No, we want to stay Tropical and have done St. Tropez / Cannes / Monte Carlo / Portofino too many times. We are looking for a change and not St. Barth's either. I think we will be very well stocked. I am just trying to troubleshoot now as two months can go by fast along with the provisions!
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