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Caribbean East and West and including the big islands and the east coast of Central America and Northern littoral of S. America


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Looking for boaters to cross from St. Lucie, Fl to Port Lucaya

We have a 23 foot Cobalt and would like to go with other boats to the Bahamas for the week of June 12 to the 19, 2011. Would sign up for the Bahamas fling but, they leave on June 15, 2011 and we wanted to go for the week.

Plans are to head out from Port St. Lucie, FL to Port Lucaya, but we are willing ot leave further south to include Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

This is our first trip to the Bahamas on the boat, but have motored on the west coast of FL (Tampa Bay Area).

Have reserached and planned the trip. We will be taking a total of 4 people all have boating experience from 2 to 6 years. We are looking for adventure, but also safety in numbers. If you are interested in motoring across the gulf stream please contact me.
iriedon40@yahoo.com
Don Williams
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