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Anyone know if there is any other sites on net for people who are looking for work at sea?
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You can try the busy free cruising crewfinder at :

http://cruiserlog.conforums.com/index.cgi

Good luck with your search
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You can find the cruising crewfinder at their new url: cruiserlog.com
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Anyone know if there is any other sites on net for people who are looking for work at sea?
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There is a site called SailOPO that is quite good for crew opportunities
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While we have this thread going...

Has anyone ever paid on FindACrew.com?

They have a lot of ads but I would hate to pay $200 a yr and not get anything out of it.

On the flip side I'm not seeing many paying jobs on the free boards.

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