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Old 11-05-2011
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I'm a former professional sailor (16yrs), now work in a suit and transferring to Nassau for 6 months from Dec 1st. Would rather live on a boat than a sweaty / noisy condo. For right folks I'm happy to husband / maintain yacht for free. Former yachts btw 35' & 85'. Monohulls and catamarans. Lots of sailing experience & "Aussie" problem solving skills.
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