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Old 09-07-2005
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Crew Wanted NY to St Martin

Around Nov 1st I will be sailing my Tayana 52 to SXM. As owner/captain I have over 30K Bluewater Miles. Usually have room for one or two additional crew person(s). If interested please email me with your CV and any questions. Thank You. grkatz@earthlink.net
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gil,
we will be leaving the same day.
where are you leaving from?
do you have a slip in sxm?
fair winds,
eric freedman
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Amel SM
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Old 09-17-2005
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hi. been retired for a yr now. looking for some bluewater sailing exp. also some nite sailing would be a plus. have helped on deliveries twice. both of those were very educational. to much icw motoring though. been sailing for about 10 yrs. mosty bareboating the carib, and the chesapeake. you can e mail me at rdbs@ptd.net. also perhaps, the phone may be better way to communicate.

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Hi Gil

Can''t break away this Nov. For anyone out there with the gusto, this is the trip you''ve been waiting for. Jump on it!

Bob Rivard
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Old 09-30-2005
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Hi Bob, Thanks for keeping up the spirit..Look forward to sailing together again. All the best to you and Judy.
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To the unsuspecting, I was crew on this trip that left N.Y.C. to St. Martin on 30 October. I and the other three crew members were ready to jump ship had we stopped in Bermuda. Skipper of s/vFreedom is a non personable micro-manager that made for a very joyless voyage. Would not recommend him for anyone''s sailing experience.
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