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post #6 of Old 04-25-2009
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John—

My take is that if you're willing to crew for free—ie, not get paid for working as crew—the most the captain/owner of the boat can ask of you reasonably is to share costs.
A good captain/owner will generally at least feed his crew, since they're not getting paid—which is not an unreasonable cost for the captain/owner IMHO. Food for a single person per day is $10 at most, unless you're going with very expensive foods and beverages.

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