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Young sailor ready to cross...!!

Hi everyone!
my name is yoav and im 22 years old from israel, im looking to join as crewman on sailboat that gonna cross the atlantic from the Canary's/ Europe to argentina in late september/october/ early november (sooner the better).
I have a skipper license, GMDSS, and some blue-water sailing experience in the mediterranean. although im not the most experienced sailor, ive got what its take and im more than enough to do my part on board, im a good companion and i make an excellent coffee ( even on rough sea )

Any interesting offers??
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I'd recommend you check with Offshore Passage Opportunities: Halesite, New York
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