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Sail my yacht from Sydney to Gosford

Eureka!

Found my crew - thanx folks


Cheers, Driftmeister.

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Driftmeister,

If you'll shout for two RTs Boston to Sydney, my mate and I will be there in a flash!
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If you'll lean on the Fed. to lower the US$ to say, half parity with the A$, I'll think about it!
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huh

You want someone you don't know to sail your 32' boat without you being there? What happens if the trip doesn't end so well?
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Driftmeister,

When we get through bailing out every ailing sector of the US economy (I saw today that Larry Flint was asking for $5.0 billion of for the "adult entertainment" industry) and Mr. O's trilllion plus stimulus, the dollar won't be worth much at all.

Good luck finding a delivery crew.
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You want someone you don't know to sail your 32' boat without you being there? ?
Which is why: "I'm looking for a travelling couple who are highly proficient & experienced sailors."

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What happens if the trip doesn't end so well?
I spose it's possible for a pessimist to conjure a number of sad endings - but this isn't the Titanic crossing the North Atlantic - it's a proven blue-water cruiser making a short coastal hop which takes about half a days sailing
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You dont have the experience yourself to make this journey?
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