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Woman looking for long-term crew position

Looking for a man who has the freedom to let the winds be our guide aboard a sailboat while slowly exploring the world. Though flexible, my dream is 3 years on The Med, +/-10 years to complete the circle, then retire to the rivers and canals of Europe. I am a 62 year old woman with some sailing experience, retired surgeon, 5'8", long blond hair, blue eyes, sensual, sensuous, excellent cook, speak French and Spanish, happiest when learning, resilient and always up for a good laugh. If you are a blue water sailor and have the means to share the expenses of a comfortable sailboat and lifestyle while enjoying the romance of sharing the adventure, contact me at to.travel.by.sail@gmail.com

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Re: Woman looking for long-term crew position

Hahah.... we need peektures
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Re: Woman looking for long-term crew position

Yeah... I think we all pretty much pegged her for the "Black widow"-"Praying Mantis" type relationships...

http://www.sailnet.com/forums/crew-w...avigation.html

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Re: Woman looking for long-term crew position

At least her age is advancing in all of her posts.
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Re: Woman looking for long-term crew position

Lay off you boneheads. Let the woman find herself a sailin' man.

Good luck Cindy.
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Lay off you boneheads. Let the woman find herself a sailin' man.

Good luck Cindy.
Yes Smacky

We wish Cindy all the best. No one should live alone or die alone, EXCEPT me.

I want to live alone, sex alone, sail alone and die alone.
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She had me until "share the expenses" ...
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Yes Smacky

We wish Cindy all the best. No one should live alone or die alone, EXCEPT me.

I want to live alone, sex alone, sail alone and die alone.
As long as you cover all the expenses yourself...that's cool.
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As long as you cover all the expenses yourself...that's cool.
Actually I don't mind to pay for all expense as long as the companion is hot, can provide massages or other benefits. :P

Let me discuss this with my wife first.
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