Married to a teacher/coach and I am used to booking in the 13 month window during prime times. Does anyone have problems booking what they want with CWA at 13 months for high demand sites like Myrtle Beach in the summer?
There can be problems because there is extremely limited inventory. For example, Westwinds was originally sold as all fixed weeks. Most of the weeks that have since been converted are not the prime summer weeks, as you might expect. So there is very little inventory to book.
On the other hand, you don't really need ARP at all if you are booking at Ocean Boulevard. It's a nice resort, but it's significantly more points than the other resorts there. When I was at Ocean Boulevard recently, I spoke with sales and had a quick look at their big book (i.e., 4" Binder) of inventory. He showed me which portions of which tower were CWA. (Since I have both CWA and Ocean Boulevard, I wasn't paying too much attention, other than wishing I could have a couple of hours alone with that book!)
I did not get a look at how much inventory is in CWA at Seawatch or Towers on the Grove. You may be aware that there is reciprocal ARP across the Myrtle Beach resorts, so owning at Ocean Boulevard gives you ARP to Seawatch, Towers on the Grove, Cottages, Ocean Boulevard, and Westwinds. (Doesn't work at Dye Villas because it's all Presidential Reserve).
If Myrtle Beach in the summer is what you want, you may want to look for an OB contract. The MF's are about the same or a little less than CWA and you'll get ARP across those resorts. But if you're just using that as an example, CWA is a good choice.