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Hello Sailing Community,

I want to reinstate my interest into learning to sail by either giving you a hand in your weekend sailing or by crewing in sailboat races. I am not a complete newbie having sailed with my father in the past (long time ago) but I guess I have a lot to learn having never sailed on the ocean before. About myself, well Im in my mid 30s, active person and easy going. Because of work, I am only available on weekends.

Thanks.
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Nucleus,

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I live in West Hartford and dont mind having to ride a bit so I would say from Bridgeport to Mystic would be fine.
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In Edgewood RI here... a little farther than Mystic but well worth the trip
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I dont know if its because I am Canadian but I find sailing on a Bayfield very appealing.

Please send me a tell if you ever need a hand one of those day!!!
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LOL! That must be it. I am often looking for crew for weekend trips and the occasional longer voyage. See my website at weathergage.com and drop me an email if you'd like to chat more. brad [at] weathergage.com will reach me once you make it past my spam filter.
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