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crew wanted in st leonard, md

I have a 31 ft grampian classic 31 in fantastic shape and want to sail more often than I have crew for. I sailed her up from savannah, ga last season. I have a lot of three and four day weekends and have interest in doing some destination sailing in the bay. Experience is great and if not enthusiasm works too!
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I have some experience and plenty of time. If you would more info etc...

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I'm retired and and live in SE Pa. add I'm in good physical conditon. Last Nov. I took ASA 101, 103 & 104 but I do not have much experience. I do have enthusiasm. I enjoy being on the water.
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Hello,
I, too, am retired and really enjoy sailing. I am no stranger to boats, but fairly new to sailing. But even better, I live in North beach, just up the road from St Leonard. Drop me a line, and lets see if we can find some wind!!
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Hi Lennie,
First let me say I enjoy being on the water. I have a 19' CC Trophy that I keep in Barnagate, NJ. I also own a 16' run about that I use on the nearby rivers and lakes. I get down to Chincoteaque, Va. often with my buddy who has a 20' CC. From Chincoteaque we either go out in the ocean or trailer over to Saxis for the Chesapeake. As you can see I' not a stranger to boating. My sailing experience is a lot less. I have chartered a 44' slope with crew, 3 times in the Grenadine Islands. I have also sailed with a local Islander in a 28foot double ender. That is one of the traditional boats of the West Indies. In fact I've been in 2 Reqattas with him, one in Tobago and the other in Bequia. As I stated before I completed the ASA courses 101 Basic Sailing, 103 Basic Coatal Sailing and 104 Bareboat Charting. Since taking these courses last Dec. I haven't done any sailing. My desire is to be able to crew with someone and gain practical experience.

I am 65 and retired and in good physical condition. I live in a small town, Riegelsville, which is just south of Easton, Pa. and is on the Deleware River. I am widowed so my time is mine and I have plenty of it. My guess is that St. Leonard is about a 4 1/2 to 5 hour drive from my home and I'm very willing to travel that distance. Hopefully I hear from you again and if you have any specific questions please ask.

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