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Here is some a job.

To far for me but it might be a great opportunity for someone.

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Re: Here is some a job.

That looks like slavery to me. Most deckhands get paid to do that.
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Re: Here is some a job.

It said "Full time-paid"

Sounds great actually for someone with a sense of adventure...
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Re: Here is some a job.

Forget what the ad says. Go to their website and read the description for an "Internship". No mention of any pay. "We take care of the rest" implies they feed you but probably not much more.

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Re: Here is some a job.

If I were a kid again. I would do it. See places iv'e never seen. Adventure, Free room and board. Working on a classic old sail boat. In a drop of a hat. If fact i would almost sign up today if they would have an old guy.
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