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I knew it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I KNEW IT WAS A PUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PORTUGAL RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wow TB, thanks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you, now breathing normally !!!!!

TB If I ever decide to move somewhere, can I move there??? I'll bring Giulietta (both of them)!!!!!

Ask them if they need a crazy experienced racing portugEese idiot!!! Will work for food!!!!

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Actually, NEB employs quite a few Portuguese craftsmen - and from what I've seen they're very talented. I'm afraid they don't have much demand for racing idiots though . . . even if you will work for food.

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What about just a "crazy experienced racing portugEese, with an Eagle eye for fast boats???".

Will work for carbon fiber parts instead of food!!!

Portuguese Craftsmen are all good outside Portugal, unfortunately!! hard to find a good one here, all gone, where teh $$$$ is.

If you ever meet one of the NEB "Porties", tell them about me!!!! Will you??
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Here you go . . .

http://www.neboatworks.com/employment.htm

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I was expecting a position as: "over 60' boat tester" or "Carbon-Fiber-parts-what-goes-where-decider" or even "manager for unwanted boats", or VP.

Tell them I can't go, but thanks anyway!!! Pfffff loosers!!!!
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Great! Thank you. I just looked at:-
http://marinas.com/view/marina/9248
which we visited last summer and low and behold, Jonathan-Livingston is moored at the end of the pontoon peer.
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Indiens, which one??
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Pretty cool

This is where I'm slipped

http://marinas.com/view/marina/1269
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Pappy,
Good luck finding your boat in there. Wow, that is a huge Marina!
How many slips?
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In contrast to Pappy, I offer the folowing: http://marinas.com/view/marina/553 Our humble little home port.
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