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Available Crew in New Orleans!!!

I'm relatively new to the sailing world and am looking to crew on any boat that will have me down here in New Orleans. I can't afford sailing lessons and figure the best way to learn is by doing, so if you're going out on the weekends for a joyride, do a young sailor a favor and give me a buzz so I can learn and share in the fun. I learn quick, and can't wait to sail any and everywhere!

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I would recommend you not post your e-mail in machine readable form, unless you like a lot of spam. use something like spudsrfr123 {at} yahoo {dot} com.

Also, it would be good if you said what, if any, qualifications you have: can cook, CPR certified, know how to do coastal pilotage, do a night watch, repair or troubleshoot diesel engines, etc... as these are the things that really make you valuable as crew.
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