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Learning to sail in South East Asia

Hi!
My name is Genny and I'm travelling in south east Asia for several months.
I'm 34 female, from Quebec, Canada.
I'd like to learn how to sail and I'd like to joint somebody who has plans for sail trip around Asia. What is the better way to find someone who is looking for crew in Asia...(websites, magazines) ?
Thank you !
Genny
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Welcome to Sailnet. Whatever you do, please get references before you set off with someone you don't know. Best of luck.
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Try Cruiser log

Hi,
you can try to find more info on Cruiserlog's Sailing Forums and Free Cruising Crewfinder in the SE Asia section.
Good luck
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