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Would like to crew around Bahamas and Turks area

I am a 38 year old male in very good shape by way of muay thai kickboxing. I am on the accounting side of the oil and gas industry. After a family vacation to Turks I became very interested in sailing. I have no experience just alot of reading and some seat time. Retirement in an rv in AZ is now a sailboat in the Caribbean!

I am fun and easy to get along with and I have very good work ethic. I would pay my own air fare, share of food and a solid effort in return for the teaching.

I am available after May 15 for up to 3 weeks.

jason.johnstone@shaw.ca
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maybe a better plan would be to fly to Bahamas and help with a trip around there for a week or two and then help with a passage back to Florida from there. very serious at learning this craft. thanks.
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I'll bring all the ginger snap cookies you can eat.
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