It is very common to see pods of dolphins playing near the vessel.
Destin, FL (PRWEB) December 26, 2011
Destin has always made a name for itself as a family destination. The beaches, attractions and affordability make it a perfect destination for families of all sizes and ages. Now what about the party of two that is looking for a little time away from reality? Is there anything that Destin offers that allows couples to reconnect and have fun at the same time? There is always the romantic dinner at a harbor view restaurant, or a sunset walk on the beach, but talk about cliché! Now TripShock.com customers can book private sailing charters online and experience Destin like never before.
So why choose a sailing charter? A private sailing charter adds a little bit of everything that Destin has to offer. The couple can have the option of being left alone, while the captain gives them much needed room to act freely on the boat. Depending on the charter company, a small meal can be prepared with beverages to enhance the occasion. The sunsets on the Destin Harbor and Choctawatchee Bay are picture perfect. Now the best part of the trip is the uninvited visitors during the journey. It is very common to see pods of dolphins playing near the vessel.
So when is a good time to book a Destin sailing charter? Anytime is a good time! Sailing charters are available all year round, but prices typically increase 50% during the summer tourist season due to higher demand. It’s best to book online in advance using TripShock.com to see different offers and rates. Booking in advance is essential to getting the best sailing charter experience.
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