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Talking Surfer Dude, Willing to crew anywhere with a good surf break!!

Hi there,
I live in Cornwall in the UK and have been sailing all my life. im currently boat-less, other then my surfboard. can you help me get to warmer waters?? I will pretty much do anything to get anywhere!!

im 24, easy going, professional who love's his surfing and looking for a new experience in traveling.

Kind Regards

Jay
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Try Sail To Surfing Charter Service and click on 'crew positons'. I think the boat is in Costa Rica, but don't know whether it's in charter service or just hanging on a hook somewhere.
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Might want to check out s/v Swell and Liz Clark. If you could crew for her, you'd be all set... she's cute, she's a pro surfer with a Cal 40, sailing around looking for places to surf. Click the photo to get to her blog.

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