How to make $40,000 for an island vacation

When it comes to luxury vacations, Seattle is a city to be reckoned with.

But how do you get there?

With yacht rentals.

The best time to rent a yacht is anytime after 9 a.m. when you can get some work done, said Alex Bekesma, who lives in the city’s Pioneer Square neighborhood.

And when it’s time to get out, you need to get the boat out of the water.

Bekesmases, a 28-year-old real estate agent who rents out luxury boats in the area, said he likes to rent out his yacht once a month.

He’s also a member of the Seattle Yacht Club, a group of about 1,200 people that meets once a year in a clubhouse.

“I do it as a way to get to know people, and get some real estate advice,” he said.

“If I had to pick one thing to do in Seattle, I would definitely get out there and rent a boat.”

Yachting is not for everyone, however.

For some, the cost can be prohibitive.

For instance, Ryan Ried, an entrepreneur who owns the popular boat, the Redline, and has been working on an oceanfront luxury yacht, the Pompano, since late April, said his main concern is the safety of the boat.

The Redline is owned by the same company that makes the Blue Lagoon, a luxury yacht that was named after a former president of the United States.

Brent Miller, another owner of the RedLine, said in an interview that the Pompei was built to last.

The Blue Lagoo is built to run on a 30-year warranty.

“We’re not going to go out and break the boat,” Miller said.

The boat will also need to be maintained for at least two years.

For Ried and Miller, the problem is not just the boat itself.

The cost of living in Seattle has risen to the point that the city is now among the most expensive places to live in the United Kingdom, according to a survey by real estate company CBRE.

Ried said that while he and his wife are paying $200,000 a year for their house, they are still not earning much.

“The reality is, when you’re paying that much for a house, you have to think about the health of your family and how you’re going to be able to afford to keep that house,” he added.

Bethany Hildebrandt, a 23-year old Seattle resident, said that she is not looking for a quick buck but a long-term deal.

“It’s not something that’s going to happen overnight,” she said.

Hildebrandts, a first-year student at Seattle’s James Madison University, said she plans to rent her $300,000 yacht for about a year, and then she plans on retiring after that.

“I don’t know if I’m going to get married,” she joked.

For Bekelsma, the biggest issue is getting a place to stay.

He said he and Miller are hoping to buy a $1.5 million, one-bedroom home in the Pioneer Square district and rent it out to the public, so that people who want to rent it can do so.

“If I could go back in time and say, ‘How would I have made it to this point if I just kept my head down and went about my business?'” he said, laughing.