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Old 02-14-2011
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Originally Posted by catamount View Post
Dog, Grey Goose is a motor vessel -- they'll be burning through a lot of fuel. Maybe $3/gallon here, but up there probably double that or more. Add in provisions, safety equipment, sat phone time, etc, etc..., and it's not hard to imagine the costs rising to $10,000 per person. (Detailed expsense estimates here: DRAFT - GREY GOOSE NW PASSAGE 2011 SCHEDULE PLANNING)
Be that as it may, it is still an ADVERTISEMENT. And if they're a motor vessel, WTF are they doing posting on SAILNET?

Also, considering that of their five posts on sailnet, all are either advertising their website, their voyages or bitching about the fact that they can't pm yet, I'd have to call them a SPAMMER.
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