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Old 11-08-2013
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I'm in so.Calif for a few days. I live aboard a Catalina 390 inPortland. Looking for a crew position headed north. Portland/Seattle. Have ASA bareboat and references. I am retired electrician,former navy machinist, no drugs, alcohol, criminal record

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Re: so.cal. to ore./wash. looking to crew

A lot of boats should be returning northward after the Baja HaHa ends around the latter part of November, if you hold out in SoCal a little longer. Not sure how you'd get the word out to them, but there are some boats from the SF area down there now. That could get you part of the way....just a thought.
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