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Lightbulb NewEngland crew (2) seek boat in late Sept

Hello

I made plans to sail with my cousin Sept 20-26 but the boat we planned to sail is suddenly not available.

I wonder if there is a boat in New England (southbound or otherwise) that could use two experienced crew during all or some of those dates. Resumes available.

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It would help if you said what qualifications you and your cousin have—certifications, skills, etc..

I'd point out that six days is an awfully small window for sailing... most boats that would want two crew would probably want the two crew to stay on for their entire passage.
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hello

are u looking for a delivery or a pleasure sail?
it is not clear

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hello

are u looking for a delivery or a pleasure sail?
it is not clear

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We are interested in pleasure sailing.

I have been sailing since I was a boy. I have about ten years of experience crewing in the Eastern LI Sound, Naragansett Bay, Block Island, Montauk, Shelter Island areas. I crewed Portland to Boston once. Also some Great Lakes (Huron) cruising. I have raced on smaller boats (thunderbirds, lightnings). I am a capable helmsman and can trim sails and cook. I can read charts to figure out courses between marks and distances and use GPS and marine radio. I am quite familiar with using the Eldridge book. I don't have much info on my cousin but he was an serious Laser racer for many years in SF bay.

We are ages 55 and 70.

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