Bareboating the British Virgin Islands - June, 2002

 
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Neil's AirCam twin-engine seaplane tied up at the Anegada Reef Hotel. Neil, operating as Flight Adventures, sells sightseeing tours around Anegada. A ride around Anegada for two costs $100, and is well worth it. The plane can carry two passengers plus the pilot. The Leza AirCam airplane is not an ultralight - it is a fully FAA certificated aircraft. Neil is no amateur, either. He has an FAA ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) license - the same license that is required for a 747 captain.
Neil's AirCam twin-engine seaplane tied up at the Anegada Reef Hotel. Neil, operating as Flight Adventures, sells sightseeing tours around Anegada. A ride around Anegada for two costs $100, and is well worth it. The plane can carry two passengers plus the pilot. The Leza AirCam airplane is not an ultralight - it is a fully FAA certificated aircraft. Neil is no amateur, either. He has an FAA ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) license - the same license that is required for a 747 captain.
06/09/02
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