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Cool Delivery Skipper/Crew

Need to move 42' sailboat from Blain, Washington to Ramsgate, Kent. UK
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Sounds like a great voyage. I would like be a part of the crews. More details with contact info will be appreciated.

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Need to move 42' sailboat from Blain, Washington to Ramsgate, Kent. UK
Long sail. When is the EDD?
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Hi,

I am looking to have the boat moved in the spring of 2012, as I believe the weather is against a move this year.

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Hi,

I'm not intending to crew this boat, it is my intention to have the boat delivered to Ramsgate from Blaine.

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Do you care which direction? The Red Sea isn't looking good these days and around the Cape (the way I would go on my own boat) might be tricky for a delivery. Presumably you're expecting bids through the Panama Canal and across the Atlantic.

If I'm on point I'd like to bid.
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I'm not intending to crew this boat, it is my intention to have the boat delivered to Ramsgate from Blaine.

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I am looking to have the boat moved in the spring of 2012, as I believe the weather is against a move this year.

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That is probably true, unless you split the trip into phases. Phase one from WA to FL and Phase two the Transatlantic.
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Would probably be much cheaper (and less wear/tear) to truck the boat to the US East coast and then sail across the pond.
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Would probably be much cheaper (and less wear/tear) to truck the boat to the US East coast and then sail across the pond.
I can provide both the land transportation and the trans-Atlantic delivery of your boat from WA. to the UK. [53ft trailer and licensed /insured captain] PM me for details or go to wwwdotseaworthysolutions.net , Scott
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