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Rawson30 Bluewater move it away from NJ to Bermuda or Carrib. and use up to 3 months

Searching for someone or group to move my sailboat (dream and also house) away from USA, NJ, Bridgeport 08027, Richard buttonwood marina. THat boat is excellently strong and reliably constructed. Has 30ft and 12500 LBS of displacement. Move it away and you can use it even longer time and enjoy. I owe to marina money for place.....I sold house in my Easteuropean coutry ( after getting partial medical pension from state) to have money for it and to change my life the way I always wanted. Didnt get a visa ( because considered as potential immigrant from economic reasons - pension is around 120usd per month-very little). I need to move the boat to nonUSA teritory, where I dont need US visa. Bermuda is closest, 600mils around, also Carribean european islands are OK. Not Bahamas- for people from my country they require US transit visa. I purchased her in may 2003 and just pay like idiot to marina. I owe there money and recently applying for a loan in my country to cover what I owe. You can see the pictures (name of the boat "Windsong") at www.geocities.com/dak6. Was built in 1960, there are 3 sails, 22hp Mitsubishi Vetus 3cyl Diesel,solar panels,Alcohol stove,VHF. Looks ugly but its reliable boat which needs interior renovation. Cushions and sails are stored dry in house of previous owner.
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