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February in Boniare or on the Cat Ppalu?

Believe it or not, the all-in cost (including estimated air and food/drink) for a week in Bonaire is just about the same as 6 days on the Cat Ppalu out of Nassau. If the Cat is selected, we would need 12 divers, and the cost of the trip (excluding air) would need to be paid in 3 installments between now and roughly the middle of December. It would be nonrefundable! For Bonaire, you would pay $100 now to reserve, and pay the balance in January. The estimated cost for the Cat is $1,950, $2,000 for Boniare. We can't go wrong with either trip, but having 12 paid divers is essential for the Cat. Please vote your preference. If you are not familiar with the Cat Ppalu, it is nicer than a Blackbeard's but not as nice as the Aqua Cat. Google Cat Ppalu Cruises for photos and specs. And feel free to e-mail me with questions.

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