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need help - give advice and accommodation location miami

dear reader
awab is a very nice comfortable boat. She is build in 1958. She is classic wood construction. She is docked on the miami river at the moment and I will be back in Miami end of oct 2010.
I will have some work to do - mainly varnish - watermaker, genset.
I offer a place to stay in Miami, my expierience as a cruiser the last 10 years.
On your side I need some help getting the boat together again after my stay in Italy.
You will learn a lot and I have company till my wife comes mid end nov. to join me. In the meantime perhaps you have a chance to find a boat for trip more south. this will be up to you. I am planning to be on the river for the first time and later will anchor in coconut grove.
this is an offer to somebody wants to know more about cruising and what a boat needs to have a comfortable live on it.
For me it would be nice to have some help in return.
look unter awab. net and you get an idea about the boat. facebook look awab sailing
you will also find my email.
perhaps we see us soon
peter
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