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Hallo there anyone with a boat with some empty space on it. I''m currently a high school senior at Phillips Exeter Academy, soon to be 18, and looking for something to do for the summer. If anyone lives in the Annapolis area, and is looking for a crew member, please contact me through sailnet, or at my email address camel.arabia@planet-save.com. My experience is very limited, with most of my sailing confined to my family''s 17 foot Hobie cat. I have raced a big boat before, but all I needed to do was turn the cranks and keep out of the way. Though I think we won. I am very interested in gaining experience and knowledge about sailing (especially long, open-water trips), and am currently being tutored in celestial navigation. If anyone would like to help me out with this pursuit, please drop me a line! Thanks,

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Hi Dan - I sail a28 Sabre out of Kent Island. Would welcome you to crew as soon as I get the boat comissioned in a couple of weeks. If interested, respond and we can exchange phone numbers. Bob
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You know what the first rule of sailing is? ...Love. You can learn all the math in the 'verse, but you take
a boat to the sea you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turning of the worlds. Love keeps
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