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Tiller maidens out there? Are you looking for a real wheel, and autopilot? 40 sloop headed to the states from St. Martin NA early April with stops in the VI and Bahamas.
Pleseant captain and nice sloop rig sailboat looking for social able, 40ish female, crew, expenses paid, boat is well stocked. Easy going, cocktails at sunset, Cuban coffee at day break. In between, fish if you can catch it. BBQ or pan. Sweet potatos on board, French wine, cheese and crackers, as a backup!
Brigadoon, or Brigadoon@tds.net
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Tiller maidens? How sexist can you get. Are you looking for crew or screw?
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actually I was looking for a reaction. I guess I got it-
seriously, I thought I had a good idea to sail off for a winter down through the islands and I have had a good time. I really had hoped to meet someone who would like to do the same, and it never materialized. I should not be silly in this site, and I appologize for it.
I do belive that "crew wanted" doesn''t produce much for many who write in this message board. I wish there was a better way of meeting people who would like to sail, and truly have the time to do so. I ran into a club, "SOS" , some folks who were sailing in the St Martin area, and they were great. Seems Sailnet would be like that, only on the computer.
again, sorry, sometimes life is like a bad tack!Hey, there is always another.
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