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If you are still in Key West and would like a part time job cooking, we are visiting over SuperBowl weekend aboard our 36 ft trawler. Let us know.
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If you are still in Key West and would like a part time job cooking, we are visiting over SuperBowl weekend aboard our 36 ft trawler. Let us know.
That weekend is February 5th and 6th.

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That weekend is February 5th and 6th.

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Hi Brad, i will visit you !
thank you and have a nice day
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sailing a boat isn't rocket science... any reasonably intelligent person can be taught to stand watch and be otherwise quite useful in a single day... amazing that people wish to give the impression that there is something so dramatically complicated and difficult... if i were ready to go right now i'd take you along
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Unfortunately, my idea of cruising cuisine is a stale Pop Tart. Why do my crew always look so aghast when I spoon instant coffee into cold water and drink it? My living standards are somewhat below what most people would consider reasonable, I think a porta-potti is just fine and the smell of diesel is wonderful to me.
So, if she can put up with that on a 28' boat and with a 55 yr old male techie curmudgeon who does not care what she looks like, then MAYBE.
Is she willing to go up the mast? Big plus there. Does she understand a compass? Does she need things explained more than 4 times (if so, NO WAY). Is she the "needy type", if so, NO WAY, I go cruising to get away from that. Is she financially independent? I already raised 3 kids and don't need more to pay for.
28' sailboat sorta wandering southward currently in Marsh Harbor Abaco, maybe heading for Georgetown soon.
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