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I am a new Sailnet member and will be sailing a cruising trimaran from Key West to Cincinnati this spring via Florida west coast, Tenn-Tom and Ohio Rivers. I am seeking advice from Sailnet regulars regarding obtaining work en route as carpenter/builder, boat repair/rigger, tiki hut builder. What is the best way to get the word out? Blog? Classifieds? Forum? Also, any guidance to boat oriented communities or cool stops along the way. Sailing early April.
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Sailingdog, Our boat is a Piver 40ft. built in epoxy/poly over ply.Sloop rig. Fast light and roomy.
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