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Charleston SC sailing partnership

Looking for sailors interested in sharing a monohull or catamaran to sail the east coast and Caribbean. The partnership is to reduce the cost of ownership and maintenance. I would like to base the boat out of Charleston SC and am willing to invest a max of $40000 initially. The group would form an LLC and members would make up the rules of operation. I would want at least two months per year of usage.
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how many partners are you looking for?
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Re: Charleston SC sailing partnership

I have a sailboat that you can see at "Gulfstar47.com" that has room for another partner. We would sail on East Coast (love Charleston) and Caribbean and maybe to Europe down the line. Please call me at 847-942-9400
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