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Looking for Sailing Mates in the Florida Keys

I'm a new sailor, I just acquired a '75 Cape Dory 28. I'm currently in Marathon, Florida getting the boat ready to sail. If anyone is hip to sail with a new sailor, I'd welcome your company.

I'm a 34 year old software developer who's taking a break from real life for the winter. In the spring I'll be returning to Canada to refill my coffers. I'm living on the boat right now and am eager to sail everyday.

Please respond with a description of yourself, current location, and sailing experience if you're interested. I look forward to all responses.

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Hello, I'm up for some sailing. I'm currently in Melbourne, FL. If you send me an email I will respond with CV etc...

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sailing in marathon

I'll actually be down in marathon March 15-20, and may be able to fit a sail in. Send me an email at kanichols at gmail dot c o m to discuss.
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