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Old 11-14-2009
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Got a boat, need a crew in St. Thomas?

I am now a "boatless" sailor in St. Thomas - so if you need an occasional crew - drop me a note!

Also - looking for a boat to use for verification and improvements to PolarCOM and related applications. If you want a customized navigation system in exchange for some instrument time - contact me too!
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thank you

And if you need either a crew or chart/instrument expertise (or both) - I am always glad to help
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I am always looking for crew willing to help out...painting the bilge, scrubbing the bottom, polishing stainless... Heck if that all gets done I might even leave the dock!! :>)

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No problem - it'd be just like my own boat, working all the time instead of sailing
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brak, did you ever find a boat? If not drop me a IM for I might have something of interest to yoy.
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brak, did you ever find a boat? If not drop me a IM for I might have something of interest to yoy.
I believe Brak is up in the Florida Keys now and owns a Corsair trimaran. http://www.sailnet.com/forums/crew-w...ew-wanted.html
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