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Transat Sailors Wanted (eastbound)

WELL EQUIPPED 2004BLT 38FT LAGOON SAILING CAT IS LOOKING FOR DECKHANDS OR EXPERIENCED SAILORS EASTBOUND FROM ANTIGUA/ST.MAARTEN NEXT WEEK. DELIVERY INTENTION IS ALGARVE OR CANARIES. TICKETS HOME WILL BE PROVIDED DEPEMDING NATIONALITY. 2 SKIPPERS ONBOARD, CAN TAKE UPTO 3 MORE SAILORS. FOR MORE INFO CALL PETER ON +584249628442 OR SEE CHARTER CAYONICO, LAGOON 38
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Nice use of the CAPS key! Also might want to use spell check to make you look more professional, and finally there is forum for this kind of post.
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This is his second thread on the subject. From his first thread:

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All Costs Such As Marina, Fuel, Food Etc Are ´paid For,
Airtickets Home To European Destinations.
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Though, he doesn't indicate if flights to Antigua/St. Maarten will be paid for, and if you're a US-based sailor, it looks like you're SOL on a flight home.
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