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Soon to leave for a tour of the Fla Gulf Coast. I have no time limits but, look forward to a wonderful adventure.
I''m would like to find a woman who can share this trip with me. I''m not looking for love just a fun partner who will be committed to the boat.
There will be some great partying and some of the best snorkeling.
If you think you are interested, send an e-mail.Would like to leave in the next couple weeks.
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Tell me more...about you, the boat, etc...sounds very interesting...
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The cruise is to take in the Fla Gulf Coast and several of the best Gunkholes along the way. The plan is to wind up in the Keys sometime in the winter. Actually, I try not to make too many plans.
The boat is a Hunter23, not large but, good for two people. It is in good condition and I think it will make the trip trouble free.
As for myself, I''m a young 55,slender,6''. I like to kayak (my tender),bike,hike, and enjoy the water alot.
To be more to the point, I''m looking for a partner and not a girlfriend. (Life is strange sometimes,tho). I feel it is safer and more fun to have someone to share the adventure with.
Please feel free to e-mail me smallchange@sailnet.com

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