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Central America Primarily West Coast, Including Mexico


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Anybody going from central america to Canada?

Can share the costs of a the trip


Presently at my winter home in Guatemala near the Belize border. Looking to go North any time in march/april or May. Fluent Spanish, fun. Cook good Guatemalan food & clean(hard worker) Finnances not an issue. I Will pay partial fuel costs or board costs.
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leaving from rio dulce feb 1 - to belize - then roatan and then up to Fort Lauderdale mid march - northward to baltimore and nantucket

will pick up some crew-

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I am fairly certain sailboatgurl received an overwhelming variety of different sailing propositions...
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