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Hej Zeyang,

I'm currently in Sweden and in a "past life" spent many years sailing small boats back and forth across the Pacific. I am very interested in what you are doing and am impressed with the pictures I have seen of your project. If you're not too far away from where I am up near Gavle, I'd love to come see your boat and shoot the breeze a bit about your trip to China.

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hi, send your email adress to zeyang(at) laowai.no and Ill send you some more info.

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Zeyang,

Great work on your vessel thus far. It seems as though you know very well what you're doing.

Where abouts in Europe do you plan to depart for your sail to China? Have you had much offshore experience before? Do you plan on sharing expenses or are crew required to pay their own way for food, etc.? Where in China do you wish to land?

I'm a 31 year old male from Canada. I've been sailing since last year. Not a lot of time for longevity experience though I have basically been a full-time sailor on 3 different vessels in 2009. (Raced in the Caribbean - BVI Spring Regatta, Rolex Regatta, Heineken Regatta to name a few, on a J27 for a few months, based out of St. Thomas USVIs). Sailed from the Caribbean to Turkey and then throughout the summer racing on a Benetau 31.7 out of Dublin, Ireland.

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at this for now. (In my profile, I also have another webpage profile through couchsurfing - you can find more information about me there - with travelers and friend's opinions on me throughout the past few years).

Wish you well,

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been busy flipping the boat. its a little cramped so i take it slowly. hopefully finish this step in a week or so.
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Slow is better. You've been careful with every step, I'm sure you'll do fine.
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Hi Zeyang ,
My name is Ludmila. My husband and me are dreaming to sail. We have never been on a sailboat. We would like to join your company not just for wonderful rest, we want to learn how to sail. We are yang (26 years old), active, sociable, smart and hard working. We are athletic and non-smoking. Now we are learning theory: parts of yacht,rigging, engine control, ropework, rules of the road, safety and many other important things.We prefer to travel to Asia: Thailand and Malaysia.
So now I would like to know your schedule from march 2011.
Looking forward to hear from you.
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