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Crew wanted winter sailing Bahamas

Winter 2010/2011 Join a seasoned skipper this winter and enjoy a laid back sailing holiday on a 32' sloop to the Bahamas. Share expenses and enjoy some fun in the sun,beachcoaming,snorkeling,fishing or just lay back and smell the roses. I plan to leave Florida some time in Dec. and head back in Apr.This is a non smoking vessel. I leave Ontario in Nov. and ready the boat to leave the marina in Melbourne Fl. by mid Dec. If you are interested Email me jfldavison@hotmail.com

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Sail Caribean sea dicember

My name is Sebastian, I m 34 years old, and with my wife, we ll be sailing in BVI in the first week of dic, being free the 12 of dic

We are planing to go on sailing anywhere across de Caribean.

Can you tell us about you and your boat? where are you planing to go?

how much is that you think expence will be?
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Hello Sebastian. I am 65 and in good health living in Ontario Canada in the summer and go to Fl. in the winter where the boat is located. She is a 32' sloop with a lot of water under her keel. I usually head down in Nov. and put her in the water in Dec. Depending on crew i will go down the east coast and either go to the Bahamas or down to Key West and over to Cuba. Expenses usually runs 20$-30$ a day depending on length of stay. More later. John
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John,

I can escape Minnesota for about 7 sailing days + travel. If this can work with your schedule, let me know.

Legs around Bahamas or Key West would be of interest to me.
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Canadian sailor...

hi there,
I read your posting and find myself very interested.
I am a Canadian sailor with experience throughout the Bahamas.I will be in Nassau on nov17/09 and have 3-5 weeks to sail.
If you would like to contact me I am cwsnowpro at yahoo dot ca
Thank you for your time,
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may be able to join u for the Cuba leg
do u have all the papers sorted out?
which city is your vessel moored?

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hi there,
I read your posting and find myself very interested.
I am a Canadian sailor with experience throughout the Bahamas.I will be in Nassau on nov17/09 and have 3-5 weeks to sail.
If you would like to contact me I am cwsnowpro at yahoo dot ca
Thank you for your time,
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Thanks for the interest.The time would not fit my schedule. I would not be in the Bahamas until Dec. Good luck. john
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Hey John,
I live in Jacksonville FLorida and would love to sail over maybe a week or two and can fly back at my expense. I sailied the BVI's and gulf area. Certified but never owned a boat so I am compent help but no Captain. I am 45 and sailing is my escape my bad habit of working too much and too hard at my job. What part of Florida are you in and if you need someone to help get you ready for the sail I would be interested as well.
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Thanks for the interest. the boat is in Melbourne and any help getting her ready would be great. I plan to leave Ontario in NOV.and head south.You can keep in touch by email jfldavison@hotmail.com john
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My name is Rob, and I am interested in a crew position for this winter. I will be graduating college mid-December and leaving directly for Ponce Inlet, Fla to join family. I do not have much experience, of late, but I was born and raised, in part, on my fathers 52 ft Irwin and have a strong desire to get back to the ocean. I will be available for the extent of your plans as I have no professional commitments set in stone. If you are still looking for crew I would like to discuss this with you further. Let me know, thanks,

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Available in February

Hi, I am looking to do some ocean sailing in February. I am looking to crew with someone that is crossing the Gulf Stream. I will be in Miami February. I have a 32' sailboat on the Chesapeake I can sail. I was in the CG. I have many skills relating to boating and navigation. I am 57 and a male. Just looking for some blue water experience so I can get my captains license next year.
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