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Old 02-25-2010
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Looking to Crew, Experienced Sailor, easy going, available for a month or a year, anywhere in the world, but somewhere exotic and/or semi-tropical would be nice (Islands, Pacific, Mediterranean, etc). Iím a very young 43 YO male, former wooden boat builder, good cook, non smoker, no drugs, light on the booze, scuba diver, Red Cross CPR/First Aid certified, social worker/writer/artist, with good knowledge/experience sailing in the NE (Maine, Mass), Bahamas, Greece, Italy; some small experience with wiring (did all of the electrical work and set up on my solar system); was a builder and contractor for ten years, handy with tools, am a hard worker when need be, like to explore, meet new people, read, paint, write, travel, (is this too much info?) I like to joke around and laugh (when appropriate), am clean and neat (I always do my own dishes right away, and pick up after myself), detail oriented. I hand built my own log cabin in the mountains of Vermont, and am now thinking about buying my own 36- 43 foot sailboat and sailing around the world, but thought I might first test the waters before making that huge investment. For more info, email me, johnzion at hot mail, or see me (pics) on Facebook under John G Wolf. Availability is pretty flexible, but some lead time would be helpful. Thanks, and happy sailing!
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I have a 60' sailboat in Honolulu. I am looking for a few more crew members for a crossing to Seattle then on to California in early April. Feel free to call me at 805-466-4649 if you are interested. Steve
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Hi John -

Please see my posting for Abacos to the Chesapeake in May. We have three crew as amiable and capable as yourself. It might be a great match for all of us!

Hope to hear from you -
Jim...a fellow Vermonter!
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See my post about Florida to Cape Cod Ma voyage

Need one more crew member for three week cruise from Titusville to Cape Cod MA You could do all or a part of the trip.

Bill Babner 774-994-0273
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Thank you

Thank you Bill, I will try giving you a call.

John
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