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Marine Rigging Apprentice

I would like to learn marine rigging and try it as a career for awhile. I have absolutely no idea who to talk to though. I'm making my way through Brion Toss's "The Complete Rigger's Apprentice," and I really enjoy the work presented in the book. I think I'd like to do some more. If anyone has some suggestions in the Seattle area, I'd really appreciate it!

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Re: Marine Rigging Apprentice

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I would like to learn marine rigging and try it as a career for awhile. I have absolutely no idea who to talk to though. I'm making my way through Brion Toss's "The Complete Rigger's Apprentice," and I really enjoy the work presented in the book. I think I'd like to do some more. If anyone has some suggestions in the Seattle area, I'd really appreciate it!

Thanks,
Tony
Port Townsend is not that far from Seattle (2 h by car)
Why not contact Brion Toss, maybe he know about colleagues closer to Seattle?
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