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Old 04-21-2004
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Lady crew/mate Florida to Caribbean

I am a 62 year old retired man and I live on my sailboat. I sailed into Fort Lauderdale from South America on Christmas Day to work as a yacht broker while during some work on the boat. I am planning to sail for the Caribbean between 15 May and 01 June ''04. I will sail through the Bahama Islands, Turks & Caicos, Dom.Rep.,Puerto Rico and the USVI''s where I will reprovision to be in the Grenadines by 15 August for the hurricane season. I am a experienced sailor and have made this sail many times. I am healthy of mind, body and spirit. I am looking for a fit, trim, non-smoking, easy on the booze, adventurous lady who would like to join me for the time of her life. I am no macho control freak and have lived long enough to give probably more than I get. If you like crazy conversations, good food, reading, exploring, and just hanging out chasing sunsets... well this is your chance. I would not be opposed to something good coming of this... What a look at the skipper? Please contact me for any and all information you need... like references... friends, relatives and fellows. Swan Song is a highly modified 1987 Catalina 36. She has a permenant hardtop with solar panels and wind generator. I have Simrad autohelm with backup unit. I have isotherm refrigeration with backup. Electric windlass, Davits, rib dinghy, great nav equipment and many more bells and whistles. She is well found, comfortable and has over 30,000 miles under the hull. Just had a new mainsail made, and fulling cutter sail installed.
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