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Greetings all. Might very well be needing one or two people with area off shore experience to take Cal 39 from Newport RI to Atlantic City NJ toward the end of October.
Prefer to go non-stop.

If interested, please e-mail.

Thanks.
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Howdy,

AM INTERESTED IN DISCUSSING CREWING WITH YOU ON NEWPORT TO AC TRIP. PLEASE REFER TO MY PERSONAL PAGE (SNODS57). EMAIL-SNODS57@AOL.COM

THANKS,

MARY
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I am a 52y.o. racing/cruising sailor. Have a significant amount of experience sailing the Block Island/Montauk/Martha''s Vineyard/Nantucket area. Having over 30 years sailing/boating experience can handle most anything. Please contact me for resume and details of the trip. Depending on weather
it should prove to be a nice sail.
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It should be good trip. Be careful for fishing vessels How about help of polish sailors with oceanic experienses? With the best wishes from Poland -woytek
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I own a Pearson 323 on the Chesapeake. While my ''offshore'' experience is limited, I have sailed heavy winds in the BVI and had 10'' seas and 30+kts in the bay this week!! I live near AC so this would work well for me. I''m a 38yo, physically fit, easy-going, male. Please let me know if you''re interested.
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I am a Cal 40 owner in LI Sound. I would be very interested in helping with your delivery. I am a college-educated male, 45, non-smoker. I have done a round-trip to Bermuda on a IP 35 and much LI Sound racing experience on big (35-43) boats including distance racing (Vineyard / BI Race). I am mechanically/electrically inclined and able/competent to go aloft if needed. I can also help with navigation. I can take care of all my own expenses and provide references.

Please let me know if you are all set or would be interested in my help.

TIZ_1@YAHOO.COM

--Kevin
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