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[Very] Recently relocated to Pennsylvania from Idaho and looking to crew!

Hello!

I have spent a lot of time in/on/around/under trailerable boats, but Rockey Mountain lakes are pretty much the sum of my experience.

I'm looking to purchase and head out on a 30-35' livaboard... but while that process develops, I'd like to spend as much time in this saltwater stuff as I can.

If you are looking for an experienced cook/semi-efficient rail meat/large-object mover in or around the Philadelphia area, please don't hesitate to let me know. I will happily travel to the New Jersey coast if that's where you are. Just let me know which boat to bring the beer to.

Thanks for looking!

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Let me know if you want to go on my trip in May - see my thread on the Chesapeake bay trip. I've gotten at least a dozen people that responded very enthusiastically and then disappeared.

For what it's worth, my boat spent most of its life on lake Coeur D'Alene but is now plying the briny waters of Maryland.

Oh, and a friend of mine has a Tartan 37 up for sale for $25,000 if you're interested - would make a great liveaboard. It's listed in the Annapolis craigslist.

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Very cool!

I'll shoot you a PM with my number, hopefully we can get together soon.
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