Essentials to Bring on a StrayCat Charter

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Stray Cat Charter
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Catamaran Captain Mark Pomerenke hosts vacation and adventure charters through his company StrayCat Charters Captain Mark Pomerenke offers charters to the Bahamas, Panama, and Honduras.

After booking a charter with aboard StrayCat, guests should plan what they intend to bring. StrayCat can accommodate up to eight guests, but storage is limited. It is recommended to pack light and only bringing items appropriate for seasonal weather conditions.

For example, during the winter, temperatures reach up to 85 degrees Fahrenheit during the middle of the day, but at night, it can drop down to 50 degrees, making it important to bring a jacket. Summer temperatures tend to be 10 degrees warmer, so shorts, t-shirts, swimsuits, and shoes may be the only clothing a passenger needs.

In terms of protection and health care items, passengers should pack lip balm and sunscreen as well as prescription medication, as needed. For those susceptible to motion sickness, over-the-counter analgesics are available and should be purchased to bring on a trip. Other necessities include sunglasses and a hat or visor.

For more advice on items to bring on a charter, visit www.sailstraycat.com.

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Bahamas Offers Opportunities for Sailing Adventures

Captain Mark Pomerenke has more than two decades of experience chartering catamarans in different areas of the world. Today, Captain Mark Pomerenke offers vacation and adventure charters throughout the Caribbean. His primary destination is the Bahamas, where many people enjoy the archipelago’s clear waters, colorful fish, and vivid coral reefs.

First-time visitors to the Bahamas may want to visit the popular city Nassau on Paradise Island, while those who want to enjoy a picturesque destination away from the hectic tourist areas can sail to Abacos, a northern island group with quiet settlements such as Hope Town and Marsh Harbour. Scuba divers enjoy Andros, the Bahamas’ largest island, which features a 140-mile-long barrier reef. The Exumas, a group of 365 islands and cays, are a popular place to visit, as they offer several opportunities to seek solitude in nature or mingle with other island visitors.

Moreover, sailing in the Bahamas provides an optimum mix of relaxation and adventure. Travelers can unwind as they rely on the expertise of a skilled charter captain to guide them to some of the most intriguing sites in the Bahamas.