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joesaila, yorksailor, sck5.
Havana is amazing. I sailed there in the Havana Cup, St. Pete to Havana, 10 years ago. But, I had fallen in love with Havana before that when I went there briefly for work.
It is truly beautiful country. We stayed in Marina Hemingway with the race, but traveled around from there. Highly recommended.
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@Yorksailor -- will look him up. Gratzi.
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hey there lovehavana - youmight need to build up your post count to 10 before you can do messages - you can just post anything on any thread to get your count up - I am interested in having a crewmember toward the end of april to sail from either st maarten or the bvi back to either marsh harbour or florida
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Re: "Good crew" looking for a Florida boat. Female, 48, professional

As luck would have it, I found this post 3 years too late. Did you ever found a boat? I too have a a Morgan 41 Classic and am looking for an experienced female to assist getting it from St. Augie to Lake worth/Abacos.

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Re: "Good crew" looking for a Florida boat. Female, 48, professional

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I found this post 3 years too late
Captain Shad,

Three years is a long time in today's internet age. But good luck in your search. May be you should post more specific requirements, such as age? easy on the eyes? body type? Those are important attributes to men, like us.

Besides, you don't want to fill up your inbox with junks. Sailnet just recently created a new forum for Seeking Companion. Who knows? eHarmony.com, Sailnet will kick your ass.

Carry on
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Ahoy! It wasn't the gender that caught my eye (yes, a bonus) as much as it was an experienced captain/crew who knew/appreciated(?) Morgans and was looking for a FL boat (which I have). I would like to find someone to share the boat & expenses. Looks like the search continues!
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