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Old 11-23-2010
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Kinda crew wanted

Anyone interested in occasional sailing in Fla keys - PM. Nothing fancy, daysailing on good days - that's all.
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Hey Brak--

How's the weather down there. Which Key are you based out of? I have some friends staying at Marathon Key right now.
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Weather is always good here

A bit too windy for me and my boat to sail this week - but otherwise good (and would be great sailing for a bigger boat). Next week should be perfect (crossing fingers - I haven't sailed since last wednesday).

I am in the lower keys, just south of 7 mile bridge - Marathon is only 20 minutes away.
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I'm going to be around that area of Florida this Wednesday to Friday. I would love to work something out.

I got my ASA 103 sailing cert but that's about it as far as my sailing experience goes. I'm 23 years old and trying to get as much sailing experience as I can.

You can send me an email to explorer103 on gaweb.com.

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ive got about a week of vacation to use before the new year, and while I have my ASA keelboat cert, i dont have much time on the water. anyways id be willing to head down to the keys if I could get some solid sailing in.

im 25 and like to relax and joke around as much as possible. feel free to email me at macaw.sails () gmail dot com

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