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Old 01-09-2012
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need 1 person to help me bring my hunter 38 to miami
its non paid position share food expense
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When were you planning to do this trip?
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I'll do it for expenses only. I have offshore experience, and did these waters last August on a 37.5 hunter.
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could you send me your phone so we can discuss

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Mike,
I just got off the phone with the qualified boat captain that you hired. If you can't take his advice, and fulfill your contract with him. I don't want anything to do with you. Just another fine example of a "boat owner", and not a sailor, nor a man of your word. Jacksonville to Miami, hug the coast, avoid NASA's restricted zone......good luck.
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his side of the story is 1 thing
if he hust take the time to call you to bitch you see what i mean
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He is a qualified captain.....you damn right I'll take his word for it. You should have!
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