BoatU.S. Magazine APRIL/MAY 2011 53 pre-trip checklist of a chartering professional. Pack up and let’s go! —By Carol King fel is left on the runway in the rain, or a container of liquid leaks, or there’s an unexpected leak in the boat. Also, everything stays neatly folded even if you or airport security rum- mages through your bag. Make sure you leave your air and travel sched- ule with someone at home. A TIP ON SHARING EXPENSES A Great Boating Charter
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MORE PACKING TIPS
When a group of friends gets together on a charter, it’s easy for finances to get confus-
ing. Who pays for what? Whose turn is it to cover dinner? Here’s an easy way to sort it out.
Brian Monroe and Lynn Bambach take the dinghy ashore at Cambridge Cay in the Exumas, Bahamas.
The photograph, a finalist in our photo contest, was taken by James Forsyth of El Cajon, CA.