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Saint Martin to Curaçao in September

Hello everybody

I am planning on sailing south from Saint Martin in September to escape the hurricane zone in my 24 feet sail boat. I would love to have company on this journey. So if anyone in the vicinity of Saint Martin or in any of the Caribbean islands south of there feels adventurous for such a trip, give me a shout.

If anyone else is sailing on their own boat in that general direction some time after 31st of August, I wouldn't mind joining in for a convoy (is a group of boats called a convoy at sea?).

If you have any questions or if you simply want to know more about the boat or the equipment onboard, don't hesitate to ask.

Kind Regards,
Stefan
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is it a share cost thing or are you covering expenses?
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Yes, shared cost was the idea. But it shouldn't take more than two weeks to get there, so it shouldn't be that expensive. Noodles are very cheap

Are you interested?
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