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Old 11-18-2011
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Crew of Two Who Aren't Afraid to Clean Your Loo!

Hi,

There are two of us in our mid twenties that couldn't be more excited to reef your sails in a nasty arctic gale or on blue birds nit pick over the ship's grime and engine performance, while with grapes in hand you enjoy the quixotic coconut drink under a shade of palms.

On of us is a sailing instructor and professional explorer who can be found making a fool of himself for the students enjoyment while the other is an engineer, talented photographer, aspiring tree house designer and future expert sailor, having cruised the ocean for many years since January 2012.

We can hitch to meet your boat anywhere in North America or mainland Central America. Best for us would be a January departure though we can be quite flexible as we are the party without a ship.

We kindly await any interest at: bradford at foreverexploring dot com

Thanks!
Bradford & Sara
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Re: Crew of Two Who Aren't Afraid to Clean Your Loo!

Crew needed: San Diego to La Paz, Mexico. March, 2012. Morgan 33í sloop; well equipped. Non-smoker. Sail as much as possible. Follow the good weather & enjoy the process. Est. 14 days or less. Contact: Dave surforcycle@gmail.com or 831-251-2511 either after 7p PST or anytime on Sat/Sun.
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Re: Crew of Two Who Aren't Afraid to Clean Your Loo!

Hi we have a English reg.12mtr steel cutter Brent Swain design sitting in the harbour at Joao Pessoa N.Brazil, We are looking for a couple who would like to deliver the boat direct to Portugal. We are prepared to pay all expenses and tickets home,we would like to do this as soon as possible. would you be interested . Will and Caroline. Thank you.
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