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Travelopia Invests $130 Million in Its Charter Operations

11-Sep-2019

Following Hurricane Irma in 2017, Travelopia — the parent company to The Moorings and Sunsail — has made an ongoing investment of more than $130 million into its charter businesses. The investment includes new fleet additions, including new monohulls by Jeanneau and Beneteau, and new sailing and power catamarans built by Robertson & Caine. It also includes significant base infrastructure, such as updates to docks, on-site hotels and restaurants. 

Travelopia is also investing several million in the company’s technology, making it easier to research, find and book a charter. 

“We are extremely proud of how far we have come in such a short period of time,” says Josie Tucci, VP of sales and marketing. “This level of investment makes it clear that The Moorings and Sunsail charter brands are the strongest in the industry, and we look forward to providing a superior vacation experience for our customers in the months and years to come.’’

For more information, visit moorings.com, sunsail.com and travelopia.com. 


McGard