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Crew looking for long term cruising projects from SFO or in the S. Pacifi

Hey all,
We finally found out that the Pacific sailing season is unfortunately over, but still really want to sail and are looking for captains with any kind of long term project out of San Francisco or anywhere else on the west coast (or in the world), starting June. We are flexible about the place and time.

We are eager, hard working and good humored young sailors with some experience (including an Atlantic crossing as crew) and we can cook, stand watches, work on the boat, play music, climb the mast and speak tongues!!

Please contact us for more info if you need crew for any kind of project!
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Marina
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Well I'm seeking crew for a trip Sydney to Whitsundays. Boat is a Roberts 53. Seems I have two already and need another two. You will pay all your travel costs plus share in food. Depart Sydney mid June. Will be chased out of Whitsundays by threat of cyclones in October. skaller AT users DOT sourceforge DOT net
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Bob here, I'm sailing down the Pacific coast, starting July in Bellingham, WA w/ some offshore to Monterey, then bounce down the CA coast, joining up with the Baja Ha-Ha in late October Cabo San Lucas bound. I'd like to pull into Morro, Santa Barbara, Catalina Isl then down to San Diego. Do you have fishing poles?
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