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Old 02-28-2010
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Panama to Europe???

Hi there...!
We just arrived in Panama and will be in Panama City within about five days. We want to goback to Europe, leaving sometime within the next month or so. We are a danish couple without experience, but consider ourselves to be nice people with other abilities... We are willing to work and help with whatever needed on the boat and are not really expecting to pay anything but the food we will be eating travelling across the Atlantic... If you know a good place (more or less close...) or somewhere else to go in the carribean and move on from there to go in search of a sailboat that might go our direction or if you have a boat and some experience, needing just us to cross, please write us...!

Hablamos espanol, falamos portugues, je parle francais...

Muchas gracias por su respuesta...!

Maria y Jan
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