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Did you even click on the Link I gave you?? Maritime Museum of San Diego Join and volunteer! With all the boats and ships they have there you SHOULD BE ABLE TO connect with a builder!
Yes I did check out the link you sent. I'll give them a call and stop by next week after the holiday weekend and craziness is over.

WD,

I appreciate the offer but if the expectation would be I progressed through the normal ranks then I don't think it would work out with my schedule. I wouldn't say I'm completely unskilled but I also wouldn't say I'm skilled either. In the past I've built custom cabinetry, rebuilt my first car when I was 16, have a degree in computer science and engineering so my math is pretty good, and I've done some manufacturing while in engineering.


Again thanks for all the advice so far and I hope everyone enjoys their 4th of July.

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