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Seatle/Washington/NW Crew available and willing to trade services

Looking to crew for basically any length of time and willing to trade services. 31 y/o male willing to do cleaning, cooking, recording, photography, or Japanese translation (yeah i know its a weird list of skills ) Recently got into sailing, have the basic skills and looking for time aboard until I can find a boat for myself.
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Do you have any boat-maintenance related skills...most people are looking for people with those skills, rather than the ones you have listed. Fiberglass repair, plumbing, electrical, diesel troubleshooting/maintenance, etc. are all going to be more valuable as crew than cooking, recording, photography or Japanese translation.
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