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Crew wanted, round the world

Just picked up new yacht.
Crew wanted for round the world sail.
Please send rowing experience.
As you can see my new boat is well found having been in service for 200 plus years and has all the latest equipment.
Oars and leebords have been recently replace.
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when do we leave i am available tommorrow thru next Wednesday I call the aft cabin. also i don't row on weekends (union doesn't allow it)
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when do we leave i am available tommorrow thru next Wednesday I call the aft cabin. also i don't row on weekends (union doesn't allow it)
As long as you are willing to beat the drum on weekends it will be fine.
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I will go as long as I get to bring a roll of duct tape to make any needed boat or sail repairs. (Or to make a whole new boat in case we meet some attractive women.)

Also, is it OK if I bring my 3 dogs with us? They are greyhounds.

I also want to bring some live chickens, a solar stick, and a large container for making meade.

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At least there is plenty of fire wood on that boat.
As for rowing experience I've been in my fair share of bar fights.
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At least there is plenty of fire wood on that boat.
As for rowing experience I've been in my fair share of bar fights.
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Glad you are in, Caleb. Do you have any good receipes for making meade?

David -- are there assigned seats, or can we move around?

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Just picked up new yacht.
Crew wanted for round the world sail.
Please send rowing experience.
As you can see my new boat is well found having been in service for 200 plus years and has all the latest equipment.
Oars and leebords have been recently replace.
David,

Will this be a pleasure cruise, where we share expenses, or a "circumdelivery"?
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Are we going Viking? Raiding & Pillaging?
Where do I hang my shield and Sword & Battle Axe??
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Are we going Viking? Raiding & Pillaging?
Where do I hang my shield and Sword & Battle Axe??
Hey Bose, She will spoil all the fun!

AArgh me hearties, goose wing the fore-crowjack; what....Ok

Wheres' me bleedin oar??
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