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I have a beautiful 33 foot Hallberg-Rassey Mistral sloop, completely redone, that I would like to share for the summer. I won''t be around enough to make use of her and think this may be an alternative to selling her, if I can find the right partner. She''s at Brewers in Greenport, NY and has a mooring in Sterling Harbor. I''ll have her launched in early June for the season.
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What is your e-mail address?
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What is your email. I''d be happy to share the cost with you.

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If you would like to take a trip to Europe this summer, I have a a group (four people including me, and two pets), who would like to make the transatlantic trip via sailboat. We would be willing to share the costs if you were interested in such a journey.
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Smile What are you planning come fall?

I'd really be interested in a shared boat in Florida if you might be inclined to take her south rather than putting her up on the hard for the winter. Something like two weeks per month November through March would be ideal.
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Fitting FIVE people and two pets aboard a 33' sailboat for a trans-Atlantic passage is not a wise idea...

For five people for that duration, you'd probably want at least a 40' boat.

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If you would like to take a trip to Europe this summer, I have a a group (four people including me, and two pets), who would like to make the transatlantic trip via sailboat. We would be willing to share the costs if you were interested in such a journey.

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Hi How are you Sir .
That is a one fantastic sailboat , my Father used to have one , not exactly the same but it was Rassmusen , all mahagoni hule , teak and so on very pretty . It's still there still racing . Any way if You could share the details a bit how do You see this I would realy appreciate it , I'm very interested . I cherter now all the time , but this sounds more like having Your own boat , let me know please .
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Hi How are you Sir .
That is a one fantastic sailboat , my Father used to have one , not exactly the same but it was Rassmusen , all mahagoni hule , teak and so on very pretty . It's still there still racing . Any way if You could share the details a bit how do You see this I would realy appreciate it , I'm very interested . I cherter now all the time , but this sounds more like having Your own boat , let me know please .
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The original poster made ONE POST FIVE YEARS AGO AND HASN'T BEEN BACK SINCE.

Y'all might want to think about that while you're all asking his ghost about going sailing with him.
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Maybe we should start a new thread for those looking to share their boats....Or for those like myself who would love to share someone's boat with them...For the season or even just a couple of days... I think there are a tremendous number of people on this site who would jump at the chance to go sailing with an owner who is just planning on spending a day or two out on the boat and could use an extra hand...What do you think? I personally am looking for boat owners on the Great Lakes who are in need of an extra hand on board...
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