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Need people to go in on getting 5-7 night boat/sailboat between spet 30 - oct 31

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My new wife and I are honeymooning in Australia and are looking for other people to go in on getting a boat/sailboat for 5-7 nights in the Whitsundays or gold coast/queensland area and to snorkel/dive the reef between sept 30- oct 31. Cost will about $500 per person if we can find 4 people to go. If you are interested please email me at barrj@mail.gvsu.edu.

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P.S. If you have your own boat and would be willing to take us out for a price we would be willing to discuss that with you.
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Sounds fun, but don't think I'd want to be spending a week on a boat with a pair of honeymooners
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Sounds fun, but don't think I'd want to be spending a week on a boat with a pair of honeymooners
That was my thought exactly. Nothing better to remind me of my old fart status.

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