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Old 05-01-2003
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Need mate/cook for summer in the bahamas

My boat the "kitten lee" will be cruising the bahamas as a charter yacht and I would like to pick up a cook/mate for the season. Must be a cert. diver and have a sample menu to start. preffer college student. pay will be $500 weekly during cruise and $300 wekly at layovers. all meals and board included must be over 18 and able to learn. race and sex are not important. email me include a resume'' and menu also list four ideals important to you as a person. No slackers or freeloaders. my number is 904 254 9313 leave a clear detailed message with a return number and dates you would be able to be aboard.
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Need mate/cook for summer in the bahamas

When will you be leaving and for how long? College student long time ago, but could fill the position without problems.
Pretty experienced on marine /sailboat environment. My last boat was a Ferro 28'' that I kept in Cancun as my base until a couple of years ago.
Honest, reliable, with high values and a positive attitude.
Most of my cooking is based on fish and veggies but could sneak whatever you like.
Let me know if still available.
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Need mate/cook for summer in the bahamas

You can contact me at (407) 467-1032 in the U.S. anytime
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Need mate/cook for summer in the bahamas

i''m 35 years old, fit and mellow guy. physician taking a break from work. previous sailing and navigational experience, about 2000nm, including some german sailing licenses and marine radio operator (i''m german..).
solo ocean-kayaking trips in baja california and northern canada. quick learner.
ideals: awake, meticulous, able to improvise, poetic

PADI certified, just did rescue course.

menu/ cooking: moroccan lentil soup, grilled grouper fillet with asparagus in butter/lemon souce, panna cotta with raspberry souce. often improvise/ make do with what''s available, few and simple, but good ingredients, cooking along italian and japanese lines.

availability: late june through fall 2003. please email me at medicine@mindspring.com for response, as i am currently in asia. what would the daily routine look like?

looking forward to hearing from you, best regards,
alexander putz
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Need mate/cook for summer in the bahamas

Hey, I''m a 22 year old college student with a new interest in sailing. I''m scuba certified through SSI with plenty of kitchen experience (plan to go to culinary school after college). My specialties are beef and seafood. I''m also a national outdoor leadership school graduate. I''m a hard worker but very easy to get along with. I will break my back for the oportunity of a lifetime. If it''s not too late in the season gimmie and email and if it is too late let me know if you''ll need help in the future.
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