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hello all reading this post

i am james i am looking for a sailor in the uk in the lincolnshire and humber area who is willing to give his or her time to teach me and give me experience in sailing i am finding it very hard to find someone to give me there times and knowledge and experience due to me being blind and all i have been offered so far is a 5 day cruise holiday but no lessons or hands on work i am wanting to learn as id like to get my own liveaboard when i can and sail myself once i have the right info and stuff i am very keen to learn creative and very much hands on person i am currently reading books to help me understand the basics

if you or you know someone who could teach me in their free time i would be greatful for that and would be helping a young sailor experience a life changing decision

thank you for reading and that you all are well
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