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Looking for crew to the Bahamas beginning late Dec or early January.. Sailing from Florida on a Bayfield 36, fully cruise equiped. Abacos first from St Augusttine, FL then throughout the Bahamas for at least 3 months.. No $ but plenty of adventure. Crew can come aboard for a short visit or for the duration. Davit
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Hello, I am interested in the trip. (crossing + short visit) I am currently in Melbourne Fl. (I've crewed on 3 offshore passages totalling appx. 3,000 nm)
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Any feel for how much $ the crew will contribute per day for food etc?
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Hello there, I am interested in your upcoming trip. I took a 3 month sailing class in South Africa last year and got my RYA Coastal Skippers Cert. and helped to deliver a 55' boat from Honolulu, to Noumea, New Caledonia last Spring and looking to get back out on the water. 33yrs old, non smoker, easy going. Regards John Maguire
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food?

we generally eat good...3 people, three way split on food...course a single pretty female bunking with the captain could get a free pass The boat will pay the cruiser entry permit ($300) and fuel...throw in some boat drinks and all the fish caught for those gourmet blackened fish dinners...
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Need crew??
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I'd be very interested. I will be running to Florida soon for the express purpose of getting onto a sail boat for the first time and learning. I am in an adventurous stretch in my life; just spent the last 5 months hiking the Appalachian trail. My next adventure is learning to sail with the hope of traveling around the world.
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To all interested in the Bahamas trip. This will take place in early January it looks like. Wanting to start with the Abacos then travel extensively throughout the Bahamas chain. looking for the exotic, the scenic and the adventurous. Spear fish for gourmet dinners, bahop, relax on the beaches. Any really interested, my cell is 832-620-5039. they tell me I need over 10posts tothis site before I cn send a privte message. i'm woking on that... Davit
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Hey Davit,
Hows the search going? Well, I made it home to Port Saint Lucie. Moved in on land with a total hottie, and met Kim, She's a total hottie too. We've been out a couple of times and had a great time. I still haven't got the pictures all developed from the Belhaven to St Augustine leg. I should have them after Christmas. Hope that your search is going good, and have a great time in the Abacos. Make sure you stop in Green Turtle Cay and hit Pineapples Bar & Grille. You're gonna like it there.
If you ever get in the PLS area, give me a call.

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lucky guy dave

Met a foxy hottie, huh? Glad for you Dave. I'll be down that way in early January. Planning on crossing the stream from that area. Does your lady friend have a friend? And yes I am still trying to line up crew. One day passage over the stream to West End. check in then across the sea of Abacos to several; islands. Gren turtle Key is a definate stop. Anyone looking for an adventurous trip... get hold of me.. I 'will try to send all of you emails as soon as I qualify on this board.. (need 10 posts to qualify- working on it)
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