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Going crazy in Orlando!!!!!

Hey all,

I just moved to Orlando from San Francisco (best sailing on earth). Where the heck do you sail out of if you don''t own a boat???? I can''t find a sailing club to save my life. I am BK and BC certified from OCSC in Berkeley (USSA) and am ready to crew for day trips or some overnighters. There must be some skipper out there in need of some crew.

Let me know!

Cathy
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Cathy,
I sail a 1965 35'' Allied Seabreeze out of Hudson, FL--about two hours west of Orlando. If you''re still interested in a day sail, then feel free to reply to my email address: dcaseyd@yahoo.com

Dave
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go to Melbourne, there are a few places that rent boats.

George
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Try offshore sailing school, in st.pete-www.offshore-sailing.org. Although this is probably 3 hours away from you it may be a starting point to network with marina''s and sailing on the east coast (Atlantic) of FLorida.
If you like to talk further please email me at jmig7@yahoo.com.
PS: I will be in st.pete Jun2 if your looking to sail.
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I have just gotten a 28 morgan and would''nt mind picking your brain and learning a few things about sailing from you if thats possible. I am in west palm beach about three hours from you. Are you looking for a job or do you just want to sail? I will be doing lots of day sails in the future.
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