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Nofolk to Lauderdale 11/1 02

looking for experienced and or capable crew for trip south aboard 47 Ketch. some outside some icw weather depending.tell me how you can make this a fun time for all....
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Nofolk to Lauderdale 11/1 02

I''m interested if not an expense sharing crew position...have resume at www.geocities.com/rwcat/intro.html

More details please.

Thanks, Ray

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I''m interested. I have my own Beneteau 38 and in-between jobs from my 22 year health care technology career.
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Nofolk to Lauderdale 11/1 02

Just came back from going 15 miles into the Erie Canal. We (2 people) tried to do the ROUTE from Cleveland to Florida. My crew lost it and abandond ship in Buffallo. I interviewed two people to add to my crew. One was fat, gay, and I couldn''t leave him fast enough. THe other was college educated, bright and had a sweet girlfriend. SHould have taken him (we would have been four, motoring two sailboats through the canal). Good luck finding a crew as my first guy said all the right things, but turned out to be a drunken idiot. Look for a brain. Ask what grades they got in high school. Ask if they have a sailboat or power. I sailed a 12 footer for a year before I bought my 37 cc Irwn. And I have been complimented on my sailing skills. WHere are you now? If you are not gay, fat, drunk, and need a crew...i.e. not someone who is going to tale over the boat...let me know. I would like to finish the trip to Palm Beach. Tom
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Nofolk to Lauderdale 11/1 02

Looking to crew.
Furloughed Airline Pilot. Love to sail. Own, maintain and mostly singlehand my Catalina 27 Tall rig.
After looking at other post I''ll add the following: I''ll respect your boat, don''t smoke, social drinker, shower, went to college. Safety is #1.
I enjoy learning and am logging seatime for a 100 ton Masters.
Thanks for your time,
Steve
barefootsailing@aol.com
(my boat''s name is Barefoot, therefore, I spend alot of time, barefootsailing)
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Nofolk to Lauderdale 11/1 02

I did the trip from Annapolis to St. Croix via Beaufort. N.C.
I did a delivery from Lauderdale to Atlantic City.

Covered Carib Puerto Rico to Martinique.

I cook, clean, don''t smoke, have mechanical ability and would consider crewing if the timing is right.
When do you leave, how long to get there. I have two weeks available.

BobRivard at Sailnet with Pics

Email bob@rivard.net checked daily.
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