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Captain Available for Deliveries

USCG Licensed Captain available for spring and summer deliveries. Non smoker, non drinker. Located in Florida, will deliver most anywhere. Fees based on Captain with one crew, and whether or not we use your insurance or mine. I might consider Captain with your crew. 4o years sailing experience.
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I drink, but I would not want a drinker delivering my boat.
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I used to drink, but I found I couldn't float
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I used to drink, but I found I couldn't float
That's a good one... Sounds like you've got a fun job. Good luck!
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