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From RHodos to Ionian sea

Hi! I am Giuseppe, 38 and I am looking for one sailing partner on my 22 feet sloop MARUZZA to share expenses (total of around 500 dollars-250 dollars for you and 250 for me- per month to cover food and gasoline), watches and that grooper on the grill! No special experience is required as long as you don't get seasick all the time I will be ready to go in mid may. You can join me anywhere between Rhodes and the Ionian sea. If we get along together well, the next year we may think about going down to the red sea and indian ocean.
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22' LOA is a pretty small boat for one person, much less two. Good luck with that. Be aware that you won't be able to respond to PMs until you have 10 posts.
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Small Boat???

Yes, 22 feet is a small boat. BUT i sailed it from italy to France to north africa, to malta, to greece, turkey, syria, lebanon and israel. No problem at all. Next year I am planning to go to the red sea and possibly the indian ocean. But I need a sailing partner. No way I want to do it alone! It is going to be too beautiful not to share this experience....
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