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A useful site for lonely sailors

I came across Sea Captain Date while surfing the net and thought it might be a useful resource for some of my fellow sailneters. It seems we periodically get requests in the crew wanted forum for female crew to accompany an old salt on his voyages. In the future, instead of castigating the poor wayward fellow, he could be directed to this website.

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Ah! and a couple of note worthy captains on there are "allhandsondick" and "captain420"
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ROFLMAO "I Googled the internet". lol
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I'd also like to put in a testimonial for this site. I met my Admiral a few years back through Sea Captain Date. This year she produced our first crew member. It's nice not to be single handing so much anymore, but I may have to get a bigger boat soon!

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Has to be bogus in some way. Sea Captains, actually Masters are licensed by the USCG and this site thinks the states do the licensing...

Am wondering if they want your driver's license and how much information your home state DMV will dole out on a request from unknowns??
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Has to be bogus in some way. Sea Captains, actually Masters are licensed by the USCG and this site thinks the states do the licensing...

Am wondering if they want your driver's license and how much information your home state DMV will dole out on a request from unknowns??
Boasun,

I assure you that this site is completely legit. I only had to fax them a photo of my six pack and I was good to go!

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I came across Sea Captain Date while surfing the net and thought it might be a useful resource for some of my fellow sailneters. It seems we periodically get requests in the crew wanted forum for female crew to accompany an old salt on his voyages. In the future, instead of castigating the poor wayward fellow, he could be directed to this website.

Listen to 1.05 - 1.10 "Seacaptain da fuk.. .com" LMAO
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@ .42 he "listening to my trusty CB Radio", not he said Freight before i think this guy was a truck driver.
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