|Product Name||# Reviews||Last Review||MSRP $||Avg Rating|
|6W Rent a shack||3||2012-03-28||(5)|
|8P - Barbados QTH||1||2015-01-02||(5)|
|Diamond Ridge Cottage Homer, AK||1||2005-06-20||(5)|
|First Finnish Lakeland ham shack rental||2||2019-06-23||(5)|
|Josephine's On The Bay B&B||1||2011-08-10||135 - $185||(5)|
|Nicaragua Rental (YN/H7)||1||2008-02-27||(5)|
|Palmetto Place Guesthouse in Belize||1||2011-08-04||(4)|
|PJ2T Curacao Rental||2||2009-11-08||1400-$1700/week||(5)|
|PJ4G - Radio Mountain Bonaire!||4||2017-01-03||(5)|
|PZ5RA in Suriname||2||2019-07-23||(5)|
|Radio Reef - Virgin Islands DX Vacation Rental||2||2013-04-09||1150-$1450 per week||(5)|
|Rockin Bar B Ranch - Ham Vacation||1||2017-03-15||Varies by season||(5)|
|The Hamlet - VP5 Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands||5||2014-06-01||See website||(4.2)|
|Unit 24, Christopher Columbus Condominiums - ZF Grand Cayman Isl||2||2016-12-31||(3.5)|
|VP9 DX Apartment||16||2016-03-03||(5)|
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