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Panama Passage

A Great Sailing opportunity awaits for the adventurous individuals who
wants to experience a
passage and the cruising lifestyle. Beginning in March 15, 2002 I am
looking for 2-3 experienced sailors who will assist in delivering my 43 ft.
Beneteau sailboat to Panama from Curacao. This is a 5-6 day sailing passage
in open waters of the Caribbean. You would need to have at least a months
time to a lot to the passage due to waiting for weather windows and
preparation of the vessel for the transit. Individuals who are adventurous,
don''t get seasick, flexible, love to sail, will participate in boat work,
want to learn more about the cruising lifestyle,
can get along with other individuals in small quarters, and willing to pay
for your own airline tickets to Curacao and back from Panama should reply
with a short essay of why you would want to participate in this adventure
and how you would be an asset to the passage. For those who would be
available for a longer time period, the opportunity to sail along the
Atlantic coast of Panama for a month also exists. This could be broken down
into two different passages.
Email me at Dianne.s@ix.netcom.com with your further
questions and essay of why you would want to do the passage and explain
your assets and sailing abilities.

Captain Dianne Siebrasse
www.takesmeaway.com

If you aren''t able to take advantage of this great opportunity, please pass
it along to a friend or sailor who you think may be interested.
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