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if still interested am looking for weekend crew on a hunter 30 out of herrington harbour south
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Amanda

My girlfriend and I are just about to buy a boat in Baltimore in a weeks time. We will be doing lots of sailing around this area in preparation for sailing back to Sydney Australia. If you are intersted we could keep in touch.

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Hi - thanks for all your responses -- I am def. still interested in sailing but haven''t been able to this summer as I recently started a new job.

If anyone is still looking for crew - I have some free time coming up on the weekends - my email: RezbaA@CatholicCharitiesDC.org

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You can split the cost with me on weekends on sailboat (22'-27') pricing from 15-$25/hour, 3 hr. min.
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