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Hi there my name is Jake. I am 24 yrs old, I graduated college and am looking to take the furthest possible journey, to roam and enjoy life. I have experience sailing in the Caribbean and off the coast of Maine, though Im not in any way certified. I am studying up on the things I don't already know, I am a hard worker and a fast learner. I have done night watches and very basic navigation, and can do cpr, but there is much I hope to learn along the way.

If you know any vessels heading that direction, I am all ears I live in Boston, but could leave from either coast if necessary. I would love to do a work exchange. I can tutor, do construction, cook, teach German or music, and other more menial work. I dont have much money, but I work very hard and well. Let me know if you know anything, thanks,

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Do you have any certifications, like first aid, or any skills that might make you more desireable as crew, such as an STCW 95 or the ability to navigate, stand a night watch, do dead reckoning, know how to repair/diagnose diesel engines, etc???

BTW, you're better off not posting your e-mail address in machine readable form, unless you like spam. use something like awolbeas {at} gmail {dot} com or such.
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