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Old 09-14-2009
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New England to Florida, crew looking for sailboat

found a sailboat, thanks for the postings
-JD

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Jonathan if you are interested in a trip Newport to the Virgins via Bermuda, departing Oct 27th and arriving about 8th Nov., all weather permitting of course send me a PM r.brakeNO SPAMusa.net. Well found boat does the trip up and down every year for four years since new. Cheers
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yep

I would be interested in this passage. Please respond with some detail and I will do the same. -John Marone
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Hello, I'm Levi Crocker.I hope your are looking for a deck hand that knows his way around a kitchen. I've recently left the restaurant business after 10 years with a lot of great experience, including everything from a small-town steakhouse to 4-star Fine Dining. I've got a few years of sailing experience as well. 2 years on a 42' Jeanneau, a little time on a 1957 42' Henkel, a 35' handmade Cat and various J-boats. If there is anything else I could answer for you please feel free to contact me at any time.

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