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Old 02-25-2009
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Experienced Crew for Daysails/short trips? SW FL

Hello all,

I live in the Fort Myers area. I have over 3500 nm of bluewater experience but it is all on traditionally rigged vessels(schooner and herm. brig). Sailing is my passion, but I do not have my own boat. I am easy to get along with, and always eager to learn more.
I am looking for daysails anywhere in SW FL, I will drive up to sev. hours for a sail. My work schedule rotates so contact me for days available, 2 day trips may be possible; but would prefer to daysail with you first to get to know you and vessel.


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I'm a new sailor, I just acquired a '75 Cape Dory 28. I'm currently in Marathon getting the boat ready to sail. If you're hip to sail with a new sailor I'd welcome your company. Let me know...
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I'm a new sailor, I just acquired a '75 Cape Dory 28. I'm currently in Marathon getting the boat ready to sail. If you're hip to sail with a new sailor I'd welcome your company. Let me know...
Are you going to keep the boat in the Keys permanently?
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Hard to say right now, not likely. I will likely leave the boat somewhere in Florida though.
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