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Old 08-25-2009
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Originally Posted by WanderingStar View Post
OK. I've reported this elsewhere, but this should be a good resource. I recruited two crewman on this site and they were great. We interviewed eachother on line and in person. They examined the boat at length. We were all involved in planning. On the trip from Florida to NY they (and my local crew) worked hard and got along great. The weather was challenging, but we carried out every proceedure safely and successfully. I would take those guys anywhere. I also met other promising sailors that I hope to sail with in the future. Of about twenty replies to my posting, I found five realistic candidates who were available.
Are they Sailnet members? Even if not, see if it is ok with them to post their names here. It might at least give them the recognition deserved.

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