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arenuiwaka I would like to talk to you

I read one of your postings and thought you might like to skipper my 34 catamaran from Seattle to San Francisco. I am purchasing it and setting sail September 20th 2008.
I am not experienced with sailing but want to be aboard for the journey. If you are interested please feel free to contact me here with rates and expectations.
Thank you, Carl
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Lightbulb Still want a captain on your trip?

Hello,
I`m a mexican sailor with 10 year of experience in sailing oceans, lots of nautical miles sailing. 2006 I became the first mexican to cross solo sailing from Spain to Mexico.
I can Deliver your boat eather solo or with crew I have experienced crew available.
I LOVE sailing not motoring so if you still need captain on your delivery please PM me.
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please read the thread dates first....
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The original posting is over a year old.
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Crew Position Wanted

Greetings: I saw your posting and would love to crew for you. I'm 55 and have been sailing for a long long time. I've finished most of my sailing classes and Im trying to build up my offshore time.

Im from Texas but Ive sailed in Puget sound and off the oregon coast. (day trips only). I have also got some offshore sailing experience on the Texas Coast.

Im free to travel at anytime with 3-4 day notice. I'm CPR and First Aid Certified, and love to sing while I steer. My singing is legendary.
I cook, clean, Im boat broken, and I leave my ego at the dock.

Naturally all this experience and vocal entertainment doesnt come cheap. I charge one glass of wine at sunset depending on the weather.

Sailing down the Washington and Oregon Coast has been a dream of mine for a long time and I would love to talk with you about it. Thanks.
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Jesus H Cheerist!

Doesn't ANYBODY read anymore????
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Ease off big guy. Some of us spent our time sailing and skipped computer class. I didnt see the posting date till after I learned how to follow a thread. And if you look at it wrong you see the most recent post date not the date of the original posting. Take care.
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Ya know, they need to make the timestamp bigger or move it to a more prominent position I think cause this happens a LOT around here. That is true about the latest post fooling folks. Ah well, no matter...
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My father and I can deliver the vessel for you. Captain Kevin has owned and operated the White Cloud 62' Sparksman Stevens. Also a 42'. He has 20 years experience sailing up and down the coast and has multiple trans pacific voyages. My wife and I will crew. I have about four years experience in San Francisco Bay racing. 550.00 a day plus expenses and flight from las Vegas to Departure city. Flight from destination city back to Las Vegas.

Post back if interested.
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SHEEESH!

Charlie, don't even say it. Just shake your head and step AWAY from the computer.
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