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Blue Water Team Forming:
We are looking for capable person with unique skill set to go cruising long term. Must have quick mind, transferable skills to use at waypoints along the way, teaching, diving, engineering, civil/social, and great POSITIVE personality.

Our vessel is fully founded an lying in Maine. We will ferry to RI in June/July 07. We will continue refit and sail in local waters from Marblehead to Cape May. Many opportunities to sail on unique yachts and learn about the marine trades.



Our goal is to build cruising kitty and develop a sailplan together. We would like you to draft a casual resume and please tell us why you have the desire to join our team. Please be 20-35 good physical shape, motivated, like kids and love the idea of working with local people and sharing a extremely awesome opportunity. This is for NOW. We splash the boat in June, but we have things to do NOW.
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I take it that this is the 55' Roberts-designed steel boat?
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