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Age 24, gender male, keen for get some sailingexperiences

Hi Mark,

i m 24, male, german fella and travelling is my passion. I dont have any experiences on sailing boats but would really love to learn a lot. My goal
is it to improve my language skills (they re quite good anyways), travel
for around half a year and above all i would love to learn how to sail! I travelled the world when i was 20, so i gained some experiences.
Social guy keen for a good time and don't mind hard work. Please don't be
scared of my "youth", i get along with most people so give me a chance?

would be nice to get a reply. best regards

Jorrit Lettau
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Mark—

While the boat may or may not have a blog up... the fact that you don't mention what the blog's URL is one issue. I'd also point out that most of the sailors who post here on their first few posts, especially in a "looking for female crew", generally get hammered. You have no track record here and while I wish you the best in finding your crew, I'd be amiss if I didn't second CD's warning to women about checking things out thoroughly before FLYING TO A FOREIGN COUNTRY AND GETTING ON A BOAT WITH AN UNKNOWN PERSON.
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