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Old 12-30-2004
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Marcellos Wallace was right. Kickin It In The Carib.

It´s a great boat. 3 cabins, huge salon. Entertainment center with DVD and Karaoke machine. International crew. International cuisine. We eat well, party better, and meet everyone. Picking up crew here and there, stay as long as you like. We´re in and loving Venezuela now, will be headed back to St. Maarten and the area in about a month or so. Sailing back to NYC in April probably.

Onboard now is Jordan & Jim from NY, Ricardo from Mexico, Chris (Moose) from Canada.

47´Beneteau, 2003. 14´ beam, 6´ draft. We´ve hit over 15 islands since leaving NY in November
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Marcellos Wallace was right. Kickin It In The Carib.

you guys are talking my language.. all i want from life right now is poeple on a boat like you to help out and work hard for in return for a little substanence.. where do i sign up!?
email me @ 00rickshaw@gmail.com
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Marcellos Wallace was right. Kickin It In The Carib.

Man that sounds like the life for me....I can''t join you now, but my career path becomes very "flexible" come April. I would love to talk about crewing your return voyage to NYC (I can guarantee first class treatment if we stop in the DC-Annapolis area).... Please let me know if I can help out on the return

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Jon Resnick
jonresnick_99@yahoo.com

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