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Your boat or mine?

Single, n/s, female (55) with a 32-foot sailboat in the Mediterranean seeks partner to share expenses and work, possibly with a monohull in the Caribbean or Mexico. Summers in the Med, winters wherever you are? Open to doing charters or long term cruising.

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Isla Mujeres, Mexico

Hola,
Read your line on sailnet. I'm currently in Isla Mujeres. Would you be interested in sailing further to Belize and beyond?
I own a fully equipped Endeavor 355 sloop.
I am in interested in a partner; however sailing with a female that has as much experience or more as I have would be refreshing.
Would like to hear from you.

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Hello Gypsy,
Sounds like there are lots of good offers posted in reply. Mine will be different for sure. Living here in Tennessee with my 3 horses on 90 acres has been great, especially the spring fed pond in the Summer. However ...I want to sail so bad I could spit (state of frustration only)...even planning to go boat shopping in March and sell the farm....can't afford both...this one is paid for....the boat could not be then.
I am a sculptor and once upon a time a hairdresser on Madison Ave in N.Y.C.. Need a hyno-therapist....sure, that also.
Would love to talk further.
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Sounds inviting. I currently live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida and winters are wonderful here. However, I am sure summer in the Med is much better than the hot, hot weather that we have! What you propose is doable if we are compatable...

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Thanks everyone

I haven't been able to check here often enough, but if you're still interested, please email me - that gets to me for sure. I'm planning to sail from Tunisia to Sicily, then the sole and heel of Italy and over to Greece. Also, please check my blog for updates. www.seagypsywoman.blogspot.com
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Re: Your boat or mine?

I would like to know more.
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Re: Your boat or mine?

mind-bender, this thread is seven years old. You'll probably do better clicking on her blog link to see if she's even still sailing.

Best of luck.
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Re: Your boat or mine?

what a ball buster
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Re: Your boat or mine?

For some reason, Mind-Bender's post made me chuckle.
And then I saw Kostis' avatar.
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Re: Your boat or mine?

Her website is still "coming soon".
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