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Available in the Great Lakes

Hello,
I am looking for any new opportunities to crew around the Great Lakes. I am based just NW of the Detroit area, but I tend to have large chunks of free time for sailing, and so quite willing to travel. I am respectful and responsible, and very outgoing. 31 and in shape, willing to do all the hard work
Even if you are wanting to go out for a day / evening and just need a second on board, give me a shout. I'll bring food, drink, and a great attitude.

The weather is unseasonably beautiful here, and I'm getting antsy!

Thanks!

Adrian
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I sail out of Ontonagon Marina, Mich. If you feel like doing a week end thing. Let me know, I don't know what kind of a drive that is for you? It's a 100 miles for me...Dale
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