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Old 02-03-2007
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I am 32 yr old female with ASA 101-105. I have only 1500 hours sailing, but looking to get out of here. I need to be back on the water. I am easy to get along with and I am a great cook. I also have the laptop, software and all the charts on cd. Great way to cruise the world. Willing to work hard and play hard. Please email me if interested....... Tammy

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I'll be taking my Tartan 37 to the Bahamas the third week of Feb. , staying about two or three week and coming back to Florida. I'm a retired English Prof. I'll expect you to be responsible for getting to the boat(West Palm Beach) and for sharing the cost of food, etc. Interested?
You can e-mail me at Babner@yahoo.com or call my cell 774 994 0273.

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Mexico and So America in the fall open ended cruise, ditto babner re expenses, how are you with sandpaper

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