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Looking for crew/companions for day sailing, Southen Georgian Bay, On

I am looking for crew or companions for summer 2008. Weekdays, weekends daysailing. I have Catalina 25, Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada.

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where on georgian bay?

I'm based in Muskoka, but sometimes make day trips to Parry Sound, Midland and Collingwood. I'd be interested in crewing if you sail in the southern bay. If you're in the North Channel, on the other hand, it probably won't work out.

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Interested - Sailing Georgian Bay

Not sure if my first note went through. I am interested. Can you give me more details. I have crewed and sailed down south. I am looking to get more experience. If you are interested let me know.
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If I head to Toronto this summer I'll send you a PM and maybe you can show me the virtues of a Catalina. My trips are sporadic. I have a client up that way and occassionally visit the area. The Georgian Bay would make the trip memorial.

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Not sure if my first note went through. I am interested. Can you give me more details. I have crewed and sailed down south. I am looking to get more experience. If you are interested let me know.
I live in Mississauga and work as a teacher, so I have two months of holydays. My sailbout is in South Georgian. It takes me two hours to get there and sail, if I have someone to help me with ropes and sails.
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II live in Mississauga and work as a teacher, so I have two months of holydays. My sailboat is in South Georgian Bay. It takes me two hours to get there and sail, if I have someone to help me with ropes and sails. Very often I sail by myself but it is a challenge and not safe. This year I will sail with my son, who lives in Poland and is going to visit me. Sometimes I sail with people who are not acquainted with sailing at all. If it is not raining and the whether is not too stormy, we just go there and sail. If this is a two- or three-day sailing, you have to take with you extra food, cloths, a book, and slipping bag. If you are going to sail for the first time, it will be one day trip and we will take someone else to make the sailing more secure. If you want, I can teach you how to sail. Unfortunately, there is no alcohol on a boat.
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