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Old 05-03-2008
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ready to sail, where are we going?

Hello there kind captains. Wouldnt you enjoy having a young fit lively spirited guy to crew on your boat this winter?

I am a 20 year old male from Vermont looking for a crew postion come November. I am a deticated traveller and very hard worker. I have sailed in virgin islands where i lived for a winter as well as belize/surrounding cayes.

I admit my sailing knowledge is limited but i am a very quick learner. I have worked in many fields such as upscale construction(roofing, tile/stone, painting, matinence at a hotel)farm/garden work, worked in retail for 2 years and cooked in and managed kitchen for 2 years. I have traveled to carribean as far as barbados, mexico & central america, and western europe. Just cant get enough.

I am very serious about doing some real offshore sailing. I would love some liesure cruising though i am no stranger to hard work & would love to cross an ocean. I am very flexible with dates & destinations and very easy going.

Just looking for a competent captain to sail with to help me further my sailing and expierence. I AM WILLING TO SHARE EXPENSES. Even though i was raised in the mountains i feel salt water flowing through my viens.

I have come to appreciate the true plaesures of life, literature, music, people and unique life experiences rather than money and false pleasure of mans alternate reality.

Very serious about this and would appreciate any input. please no scum bags. Thanks.

Just live love be.
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