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Interesting re-reading this thread. The first 20 posts were essentially saying; "no way for what you're offering," and the next 30 were offers!

brak - PLEASE tell us; 1. if you got someone to move your boat, 2. if you paid more, or less (my guess) than the original $100-150/day.

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I own a Columbia 8.7 meter that is berthed in Mayo, MD. I am a retired police detective living in Washington, DC with my fiance' who is a Psychiatry Resident Doctor at Georgetown University Hospital. I'd love to help you out if I can in any way. I sailed a friend's Morgan 41 Classic from Norfolk to Mayo recently, assisting in the last stage of a delivery from Georgia. I am NO PROFESSIONAL, but can follow a chart and not run into things. Life is not how much you can make per hour. Life is each of us (especially we sailors) helping each to smooth the chop of life. Before you spend thousands, check the cost of trucking the daggone thing up. Let me know
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SDW...excellent sentiments but...it helps to READ THE THREAD before responding@!! (post #50 AND 64)

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Nah...I'm waiting for brak to come back and ask if anyone wants to take it back the other way!

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LOL... Cam, you're sadistic... but funny...

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Braks Boat Was Delivered LAST WEEK.
Crew Not Needed!!
Brak,
I'll deliver your boat for you. Just give me a call: 555.555.5555.
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Brak,
Uh, I've been sitting by the phone, and, uh... it ain't a-ringin'...
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Brak,
I'm, uh, waiting for you to call me... so that I can DELIVER YOUR BOAT!
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It'd help if you gave your real phone number. 900-ass-kiss.

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