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Two women seeking crew opportunity

Two professional women (environmental engineer and commercial property appraiser) in their mid 30's looking for an adventure over the holidays...We would love to crew sometime between December 28, 2007 and January 8, 2007...we have minor sailing experience (catamarans and cruiser racing)but we learn quickly and we work hard...
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Two professional women (mid-30's) looking for an adventure over the holidays...We would love to crew sometime between December 28, 2007 and January 8, 2007...we have minor sailing experience (catamarans and cruiser racing)but we learn quickly and we work hard...
Email me at wmussoli@mail.usf.edu if you know of any opportunities or if you know other places to look...
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Hi Wendy, could you please clarify the profession!

Your pleasure is my business !!!
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Wendy-

You really probably want to edit your post to change the e-mail address to a non directly readable form, as spambots will be happy to harvest your e-mail address. wmussoli at mail dot usf dot edu is safer... not perfect but safer. You also might consider getting a separate e-mail address for doing this. Gmail would be my recommendation.

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Wonder if Wendy missed Capt Speedo's request for onboard pleasure-provider enlistment.

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I was thinking the very same thing. I am sure he is about.

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http://www.findacrew.net/ provides a professional service without exposing yourself to adolescent comments on your appearance, personality or personal attributes.
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they're in college!
they're used to adolescent comments on their appearance, personality or personal attributes.

(sorry girls, had to... sorry)

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LOL, good luck with your search, just be sure to get good references. Boats gat awfully small after a while. (I believe the equation it a reciprical of distance from shore)

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I don't think so...they may work at a college, but since she said they were in their 30s and professional, I doubt they're college students..
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(sorry girls, had to... sorry)

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