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South Florida Gulf coast sailor is looking for local sailor/sailors who have the time to go on numerous short coastal cruises of one or two weeks duration this summer and fall. The dinghy can take us deep into the Everglades or to isolated beaches for shelling. If you are a diver, there are even more areas to explore. This is an opportunity for experienced or novice sailors to escape the turmoil of cars and crowds. The boat is 34.5 feet long and can sleep 4 comfortably so couples are welcome. The v-berth with its privacy is always reserved for couples or single females. In January I plan on taking the boat to the Caribbean for four months of island hopping and would give preference to those sailing this summer. If interested please write me at venan@sprintmail.com with "Summer Sailing" as the subject of the email.
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I live in Tampa and coastal cruising this summer sounds great. Respond to my e-mail address, and let me know if you have some planned dates yet. Kirk
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I have just moved to ft lauderdale and have taken several ASA courses through advanced coastal navigation and coastal cruising and am looking for any kind of work anywhere in the world!
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