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18 year old guy taking a year off and trying to cruise the Caribbean!!

Hey I'm Tommy just graduated high school and am looking to leisurely sail the Caribbean for the next year till I have to go to college. I have lots of experience sailing including many miles offshore. I like to have fun and party and sail. I have money and am willing to share whatever costs necessary. Please someone just help me get out of Virginia! haha but seriously I cant wait and i can send a sailing resume to whomever wants one.


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Google "Findacrew" better chance there....have fun!
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