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Sailing the Open Seas to Montserrat - Ondeck Sailing Offering Sailing Excursions from Antigua to the Emerald Isle

Montserrat's new aquatic adventure offers visitors breathtaking views of the island's majestic coastline and enchanting tropical landscape. Beginning December 1, 2008, Ondeck Sailing will provide travelers with a taste of the ocean by providing daily sailing excursions between Falmouth Harbor in Antigua and Little Bay in Montserrat using 65-footer Ocean Racing Yachts.
"The Montserrat Tourist Board has been working closely with the Ondeck Group for the past couple of months trying to make this sailing excursion a reality. Our goal is to encourage and increase day trippers from Antigua as well as give visitors an opportunity to add on a few days to their vacation in Montserrat," said Ernestine Cassell, director of tourism, Montserrat Tourist Board.

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