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Old 03-15-2006
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Offshore Crew with Cooking skills wanted

I am offshore experienced owner/captain and will be sailing my Tayana 52' boat from St Martin to Newport Last week of May. Looking for a crew person who is capable of preparing meals for 5 (including yourself) on passage. Depending on experience could be paid position. Contact me at grkatz@earthlink.net

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Looking for a Cook

Hi Captain,

I can cook and am very comfortable in a galley a well as on deck. I sold my 30ft morgan oi last year to do some crusing on land. I'm 60 yrs old, retired and in good health. I have cooked on other voyages, St Martin to New York, West Palm to New Jersey amount others. I didn't realize learning to cook would become so important in the sailing world.

I would be interested in learning more about the trip. My email address is jamesscottpa@aol.com

Sincerely James Scott
Jupiter Fl
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Gil--where are you?

we are in Simpson bay marina. will be down late april to haul and paint bottom and then off to i don't know where..
Fair winds,
eric
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Old 03-25-2006
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Hi Eric, we're back in NYC after a fantastic trip to India. Off to "I dont know" sounds interesting....I'll contact you by private email.
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