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Old 05-13-2010
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Need a extra crew member in the Bay area?

I'm in the DC area and would like to volunteer my services if someone needs an extra hand on the boat. I only have two years of sailing experience, but I've taken ASA 101. I'm easy-going, easy to get along with, and would love to pick your brain.

PM me if your interested.
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One more thing...

I forgot to add that I will help pay for fuel, food, and drinks for anyone that has room on their boat

I'm also a law enforcement professional just in case you have doubts about bringing some stranger on your boat. Just food for thought.
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If you make it down to Hampton, VA feel free to PM me. I have a Catalina 36 that I take out pretty much every weekend, and I'm always on the lookout for people to come along.
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Do you do any racing? I know of some people looking for crew if you want to get into that.
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Racing...

I haven't done that before, but I would love to learn... Send me a PM if they're still looking.

Thanks!
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