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crew needed Norfolk to Savannah GA via ICW

Ever want to sail/motor the ICW....I need 1 crew for week of Oct 15 departing from Norfolk. Come learn as you sail.
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I would be interested in joining you over the weekend. I have done that length of the ICW/offshore before. I could always use some more sea miles but work 9-5 right now. Send me a pm if interested. I live in savannah.
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Just curious, why would you go via the ICW, when you could do some sections of it off shore...
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Just curious, why would you go via the ICW, when you could do some sections of it off shore...
Because the vessel is NOT seaworthy for ocean environment, and no life raft etc etc etc
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It is refreshing to see an owner who is honest about his vessels capabilities. You would be surprised at the number of "seaworthy" vessels that can't or shouldn't leave their marina. Contact me if you are still in need of crew.
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