Marinemax Vacations Announces British Virgin Islands Charter Base Location

MarineMax Vacations has announced the arrival of 13 new Dufour yachts at Hodges Creek Marina in Tortola, British Virgin Islands (BVI). The MarineMax 413 (Dufour 405, European Boat of the Year 2010) and the MarineMax 433 (Dufour 425) are immediately available for charter in the most stunning cruising destination in the world, the BVI. Hodges Creek Marina, located a short taxi ride from the BVI airport at Beef Island, is located in crystal clear water, cooled by beautiful trade winds, ensuring a perfect start to a charter vacation.

“Hodges Creek Marina is a perfect location for our yachts and will allow MarineMax Vacations to deliver an outstanding experience on board our excellent fleet of new yachts,” said Bill McGill, CEO of MarineMax. “At MarineMax, we are proud of our long tradition of exceeding customer expectations, and we look forward to extending this premium service to our customers who experience MarineMax Vacations.”

“Cruising on board a yacht today does not have to be minimalist, and it is our philosophy at MarineMax Vacations to provide our customers with the very best experience with our yachts, equipment and customer service,” said Raul Bermudez, VP Sales and Marketing of MarineMax Vacations. “Our seasoned team knows how to provide the very best experience in the British Virgin Islands.” MarineMax Vacations will offer sail and power yachts for sale and charter in the BVI in 2012.

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