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Sailing the West Coast from Panama to Vancouver

Experince crew needed to cruise from Balboa Panama up the West Coast to Vancouver in a 46 ft sail boat, boat is now moored at Balboa Yacht club, Panama, ready to sail. If interested please reply to my email address : vivamacau@hotmail.com

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Sailing from Panama to Vancouver

What is the date for departure? If it fits my schedule I'd like to come along. I can be picked up pretty much anywhere along the way, or come down to Panama...Norm Nichols[/email]
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I am going from Panama to S.F. via Hawaii to keep wear & tear off the boat. Not to mention the motoring........i2f
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I am going from Panama to S.F. via Hawaii to keep wear & tear off the boat. Not to mention the motoring........i2f
That is generally the accepted wisdom for such a passage....

BTW, normnichols, that call for crew was posted 11 years ago - I doubt he's still waiting!!
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Looking for boat

I am interested in finding a boat to cruise on starting in June. My name is Tim and I am from Seal Beach,CA. I am a high school Spanish teacher and speak fluent Spanish. I am basically looking for an opportunity to spend some extended time on a boat and enjoy the sea. I did sail and race cal 20's as a teenager so I have a bit of sailing experience. I do have extensive experience on power boats throughout the world. I would like to do some free diving and spearfishing if possible. I have a good attitude, know how to take orders and I am a very experienced world traveler. I am looking for any opportunity from Panama up to Mexico or beyond. I would also consider parts of the Carribean. Please write me at timothybryanstewart at y a h o o if you think that we might be able to arrange something.

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Vincent:
I'm in Alameda,Ca aboard my Pearson 365. If you get up this way and need crew let me know in advance. Circumstances permitting, I will help out.

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Hey timothyhttp://www.sailnet.com/forums/members/timothybryanstewart.html
I migth be looking for crew on a 30' this nov going from LA to Hawaii in Nov.
Just pay your food and help w/ morrage for a few days. Teach me some spainish
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