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Looking to crew in Maine / Long weekends

I am from Georgia but can fly up to Maine most anytime. I got my Basic Keelboat last year and now own a Hunter 25.5.

Would like to get more experience in bigger water.

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I have a 17' Siren daysailer on Frenchman's Bay near Mt Desert Island. When are you in Maine? I'd like to see your Hunter!

Jim Baranski, Shalom Orchard Winery, Franklin ME
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I'm down in Boston, MA... but I am quite fond of Maine as I studied there for my undergraduate degree. I am complete newby when it comes to complex rigging but I'd love to gain some valuable experience.
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