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I would suggest the pages stay separate.
They are completely different things.
If you merge these pages, for consistency, you should also need to merge all other "brokers" and "agents" with their respective industries.
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Merge and reduce
Broker names and coordinates change as often as underwear it seems. The chartering biz can be a section of the main yacht page, but brokers should definitely not be listed, this is advertising.--Tallard 12:48, 4 October 2007 (UTC)
Hello there, I have been trying to add some external links to info about chartering destinations but am being rejected each time. They are from the Boatbookings website, a yacht brokerage, but the information would be useful to anyone reading this page. The information is purely a thorough account of what it is like to charter in various places around the world (see example below) and I realise that by submitting them our web rankings are not changed, I just thought they would be useful for people interested in chartering yachts. I look forward to hearing from you soon, regards. Katie