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Sail to Belize-looking for a boat.

Please email me if interetested in making a tour to Belize. I have all the navigational charts. Willing to stop at ports along the way. Looking for someone who had reliable boat and split the expenses.
Please email: Jamie jmig7@yahoo.com too discuss further.
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Sail to Belize-looking for a boat.

Have 40'' sailboat, will travel.
Contact me if your still interested.
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Sail to Belize-looking for a boat.

Hi Jamie,
I am an x-marine, a capable crew member of push boats on the MS river, Crab boats in Bering Sea, fishing boats, sport boats. Have profound love of the ocean and getaways to whereever. Willing to help with expenses to exotic places. Have no time limitations. Skills: all around Deck Hand, Carpentry, plumbing, electrical, building contractor, artist, poet, philospher. Am not familiar with sailing boats, but have a keen aptitude. I am a 6''O", 200lb, physically capable heterosexual male. I am very interested in discussing with you the details of your trip and my qualifications. Please contact me as I am very interested.
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' is feet and " is inches i keep seeing post with " ie: 6"-10" as a chart sounding and also as in the 6 inch tall man wanting to sail on the trip in this post " I am a 6''O", 200lb, physically capable heterosexual male" see he is 6 inches tall. for him this will be a very TALL ship havea nice one all
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' is feet and " is inches i keep seeing post with " ie: 6"-10" as a chart sounding and also as in the 6 inch tall man wanting to sail on the trip in this post " I am a 6''O", 200lb, physically capable heterosexual male" see he is 6 inches tall. for him this will be a very TALL ship havea nice one all
Yes, I've been very puzzled as to why it seems no one on this board but me can figure out that 6' is six FEET and 6" is six INCHES....

A 6" tall man who weighs 200 lbs. is either very wide, or made of uranium.

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I offer my sailboat to experienced hands, to move it from NJ,Bridgeport 08027, Richard buttonwood marina to Bermuda or anywhere away from USA best to Carribean,Belize is also OK. You can use it longer time for free as reward. Its old boat 1960, very strong built, 12500 LBS displacement, 30 feets, Rawson 30,long keel, 3 sails,Mitsubishi vetus 22hp diesel,VHF,alcohol stove,2xsolar panel 35W, pictures at www.geocities.com/dak6 , name "Windsong" ,you can call me +421 910622599 (European union), or email to jfree987@yahoo.com for another questions. Previous owner of the boat Doug Koriakin 609-204-0835 , Marina owner Jim Richards (mobile) 215-397-7583 , (fixed) 856-467-9173. Stable and seaworthy cruiser.
I cant do it myself, medical pension in East Europe, very low, so considered as potwential immigrant from economic reasons by embassy....
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hereicom: I noticed some spacing and grammatical errors in your post. Was that part of the gag? SDog, you get a happy face. But don't make any mistakes...either of you!
As for the previous post, its that same scam this guy posts all over this site.
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My access to net is limited and paid so I wrote very quickly.So mistakes. Im a natural living sailor not internet sitting person like somebody....
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My access to net is limited and paid so I wrote very quickly.So mistakes. Im a natural living sailor not internet sitting person like somebody....
Yet you manage to post almost the exact same message, word for word, mistake for mistake, in over eight threads by latest count. Hmm...

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