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Curacao to Columbia, Panama and Pacific
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612 Sun October 21, 2012
Position Description: ETD Curacao is early November but the opportunity starts now.

I am an experienced sailor with over 100,000 miles mostly on large private yachts. My own boat is Misty Blue 50ft Gulfstar CSY Sloop. There is a V double forward for crew who would like to come along and help. I need one person with sailing experience, that could be one of a couple, not get seasick, a passport, but importantly a good attitude, willing to learn and have fun. I'm primarily looking for people who are interested in sharing the experience of long term cruising.

We will share food expenses. Iíll cover Fuel, dockage, cruising permits etc. You are responsible for getting yourselves to and from the boat.

I'm sailing Misty Blue to Australia over the next 12 months. Curacao to Columbia, San Blas, Panama, Costa Rica, Cocos, Galapagos. ETA Marquesas June 1st. ETA Brisbane Nov 1st.

If you are interested add a reply and Iíll send you further details via email.

Ian Wansbury - Misty Blue
Keywords: Crew Curacao Columbia Pacific

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