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I have a 41' Tartan sloop presently moored in Boot Key Harbor, Marathon, Fl. Left the Texas Gulf Coast first part of December, and am waiting till the weather moderates before leaving for the Bahamas and beyond. Looking for a lady that would be interested in joining in some or all of the sail. I have references, and most things are negotiable. Send me a PM or post here and I will get back to you.

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It might be a good idea if you said how old you were, and give more details on what you sailing plans are. Also, would the lady be required to pay for her airfare to/from the boat and food or not?
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Oh who cares about the airfare? We are all wondering what ELSE the lady will be "required" to do.
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It might be a good idea if you said how old you were, and give more details on what you sailing plans are. Also, would the lady be required to pay for her airfare to/from the boat and food or not?
Wouldn't that be up to the interested females? Edit: Personal Attack in violation of forum rules.
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Wouldn't that be up to the interested females? Heh-heh.

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Actually, I'm down to just Tuesdays and Sundays. Seriously, why not let the ladies (like Denise) ask any clarifying questions they need? They probably know full well what they need to know.

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