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day sail hawaii

will be in waikiki from oct 11-17 would like to day sail. Have 68ft ketch in caribbean if you would like to sail with me
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Hi email me off line and I have a suggestion and contact.

Waikiki sailing, if you get this before you leave.

Drop by the Broiler (Long Board) at Lewers for a 95 cent Mai Tai 1 Happy hour
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I will be in Hawaii Jan. 5-19,2004 staying on the beach in MAKAWA, & would ike to day sail with someone . My preference would be on a Beachcat , Flying Scot , or as the old adage goes "sailing on any sailboat is better than not sailing " . I will reciprocate ; you pick your boat .... Prindle 18-2, 19'' Flying Scot or 27'' Bristol all in the water in Brooklyn NY, If you can hook me op ,Please get back to me . Thanks Bill
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