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Hi,

I am wanting to sail in The Bay. I can crew and cook.

Most of my sailing experience is rusty and on small boats (sunfish and lazers), but I am smart and pick up quickly what I don't yet know or need to remember!

I am available during the week with little or no notice, and on weekends with a little planning.

I am someone you could call at noon and say 'I want to go out at 1:00' and I would usually be able to say 'Great!'

I'm tired of being ashore!

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Hi Sara,

Have you been getting any sailing in? I'll be moving my 35' Citation to Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond very soon, hopefully this weekend, and will be sailing the Bay most weekends. It's usually just my son and I but when he's out racing and not available I will need crew from time to time. Heck maybe even a skipper If Richmond isn't too much of a commute for you we'll try to meet up when I get the boat moved.

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nope, none! let me know when you get settled and are ready to sail!

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