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SF - Boat Maintenance 4 Short Live aboard

Dear San Francisco Boat Owners,
We understand that many of you are time poor and have high slip fees, and hope you find this offer appealing. We're are offering two hours of boat maintenance per day in return for a boat to live aboard from the 16th of September until approximately the 10th of October. We are a young professional couple, with positive references, and are confident you will like us.

We run a professional house sitting service (in addition to running a tech startup). We are about to finish our current house sit in Orange County. Although not typical we could even offer a offer a small monthly payment for the experience and a positive reference. We can provide positive references, in Canada, Australia and the US. We are happy to arrange insurance, and sign a contract. I grew up on boats, and knows my way around. I am also a qualified electronic engineer.

We've a long term plan to get a boat and back on the water but are currently directing most of our resources towards our startup venture. We'd also love a chance to see the America's Cup Finals IN PERSON!

Happy to talk about the details, please review a few of our references. Thanks for taking an interest and make a small dream become possible.

[can't post links due to new account status - please PM]

- professional house sitter dot org

Look forward to hearing from you,

Kind Regards,

Nathan & Lisa

p.s. Please serious offers only
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