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Hi people,
I want to spend my 14 day vacation (23 Dec- 06 Jan) on a boat helping as a deckhand. Have 2 year experience on 14 m. racing yachts. Speak excellent English, Russian, Turkish. Will buy my own airline tickets, just want to be on the ocean or sea for the holidays. Definately would like to see and sail exotic places.
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new owner of j-46, would be interested in talking with other j-46 owners
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2 to 3 ounces of Chlorox (5%) per 100 gallons. But the "real" answer is: add just enough so that the water has just the "very faintest" smell of chlorine.
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Hi Batur,
In the future you could have your CV/Crew Profile placed online with the www.globalcrewnetwork.com and you can state in advance when you are available, what type of vessel you would like to work on etc..
You could place yourself as a deckhand/linguist for working passages or skills exchange berths etc Have a look at our new site and tell me John Scott what you think.
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I am looking for a crew position headed to the Carribean or Grand Caymons. I have owned a small sailboat and have crewed on a 38ft.I love sailing, collage educated,49,physically fit and a great companion. Would like to purchase a boat and retire in those areas and would like some experience........Dennis
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