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Sail from Florida to the Bahamas

I am looking for non-smoking, calm, experienced, cost sharing crew (one or two) to join me on a cruise fom St. Petersburg, Florida to the Bahamas in mid-October-November. The boat is a 32 foot East Orient, offshore cutter. I am a 52 year old female skipper, sailing instructor with 6,000 nm offshore experience.
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I live in Tampa, and I love to sail! Do you have a specific day that you will be departing. I have some offshore experience, can navigate and cook. Please let me know what your plans are, e-mail me at Kac989@cs.com

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Hi Kirk,
I''m planning to leave near the end of September, early October. Will head for Ft. Myers and watch the weather, then around the middle of October head to the Keys. End of October, early November I''ll probably cross over to Cuba for a bit and then who knows. Bahamas wants $300 for a cruising permit now, so I''m thinking of boycotting it.
My phone number is: 727-460-2777 if you want to meet. Oh, by the way, I''m thinking about $40 per day for shared expenses.
Barb
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Sailing to Bahamas and Keys on my 38ft Beneteau.Looking for female crew. dates flexable...Jan. through April will be sailing. Boat now in Lauderdale. Will send photos upon request. Please send your photo and experience.........Dennis
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