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Two Swedes looking to cross the Atlantic to Europe

We are two Swedish sailors who are looking to join a sailboat as crew over the Atlantic. We are currently based in Miami, FL, but are flexible in terms of flying to other destinations.

We are in our early twenties but have sailed and worked on boats before. We recently returned from a one year cruise in the Caribbean. If all this sounds interesting and you require additional information from us please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best regards,
Filip & William
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Re: Two Swedes looking to cross the Atlantic to Europe

Hey,

I'm looking for crew to help sail a boat from Oakland San fran to uk Falmouth. The vessels a 80ft classic sailing schooner. Need crew ASAP to help prepare and get going. Let me know if your interested via phone.

Regards

Ben

Phone number: mobile 5105013473
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