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have "ditchbag" will travel

i would be willing to sail anywhere, anytime. i am in the situation that allows me to travel at the drop of a hat. if it means a day sail, or circumnavigate, doesnt matter. i'll board any seaworthy sailboat. im not asking any compensation, i have my own. i just love to sail and want more than my catalina 22 can offer. i'm in the carolinas, but can and will travel to most ports in the mid atlantic/ south east. peter conway 843 847-1899
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ditch bag

Ok,
I'll bite, what do you have in you "Ditch Bag".
Tom
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Throughout history sailors have been a rather superstitious lot. Advertising that you 'have ditch bag, will travel' is a bit disconcerting.
A ditch bag as for leaving the boat and getting into a life raft or the water. Not a very appealing concept for most.
Perhaps you should enhance the positive aspects instead of the negative.

What are your skills?
CPR? Navigation? Marlinspike? Fishing? Cooking? Sewing? Line handling?

Post this again but please do not mention that your ditch out bag is ready - whatever you have in it.
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ditch...yea

what he said
although, I would still like to know what is in it.
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