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Crewing in San Diego

Hi - I''m looking to crew on sail boats! I have some experience, have and am taking more Coast Guard classes. I have a sense of humor,and am a quick learner. I have some week day afternoons/evenings free and Sundays (some Saturdays too for awhile!) Please contact me at annette@ixpres.com - Seeya!
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I have a Catalina 30 in Dana Point - if you want to drive up (not that far depending on where in SD you live), let me know. Most weekends and the occasional weekday are free.
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Hi - Sorry I took so long to answer. Well, I''ve figured out it would take me over an hour to drive to Dana Point - and I live near all the marinas down here so I think I''ll try and do my sailing here. Thank you for answering my ad - I have been to Dana Point and I don''t think you''ll have trouble finding crew. Annette
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HELLO CAPTAINS WITH BOATS.
I''M LOOKING TO CREW OUT OF SAN DIEGO. I TOOK LESSONS THERE IN 1992 AND SAILED FOR A COUPLE OF YRS ON MY MC GREGOR VENTURE. I HAVENT SAILED IN 7 YRS AND REALLY NEED TO GET BACK TO IT. AM PLANNING ON TAKING LESSONS AGAIN SOON AND WOULD LOVE TO CREW WITH SOMEONE IN THE AREA FOR THE WKND TO GAIN SOME EXPERIANCE.
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DENNIS...... BAT0901@AOL.COM
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I belong to Harbor Sailboat club on Harbor Island, they have over a fleet of 22''s and over 40 yachts, members are always looking for crew, it''s a great club and inexpensive way to sail. Next time you are near Harbor Island check them out they are near the boathouse restuarant. I think the web site is www.harborsailboats.com. Not meant to be an ad, but a good suggestion to learn to sail via ASA classes and find sailing buddies.
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