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post #2131 of 3400 Old 10-17-2010
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Mississippi River above Lock 19 Keokuk, Iowa
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Charleston, SC Harbor and surrounding waters. currently looking for a boat to crew on the weekends until I buy my own. I'll bring beer
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Chesapeake Bay. Currently looking for a boat in the 35-40ft range. Mostly for round-buoy rancing, but planning to cruise the bay and then outward. How far ultimately, I don't know yet.

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Response to buying boat for around the buoy racing,prices will vary,if you want to race or cruise and how fast you want to go,and how deep your pockets are.Think this through and then make up your mind,sailing is always to be done for enjoyment either way.
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Charleston, SC Harbor and surrounding waters. currently looking for a boat to crew on the weekends until I buy my own. I'll bring beer
boats do not run on beer ,and if your looking to learn to be a reliable crew leave the beer for the guests.
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boats do not run on beer ,and if your looking to learn to be a reliable crew leave the beer for the guests.
Well, operating costs asc. with the few times i'd gone sailing previously involved the crew running on beer. and from what i could see it seemed to be the norm in the North Myrtle Beach area. while i dont really care what i contribute i was putting it out there they i'd like to contribute and enjoy the time on the water. I'd consider myself pretty casual and you seem more serious-minded. so we might just have different goals on the water
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Yes I guess I am a little more serious about it ,since it is my livelihood and as a licensed captain ,assume the responsibilities that the position demands,not always the most popular on the ship, until there is an emergency, and then usually become very popular in an emergency.Hope you have fun on the water as that is always the goal and the gift of the ocean,take care. Capt.John H Ward
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I just adopted a 1971 Columbia 26 MK2. She languished on a cradle and needs work. I've sailed since the 70's and had three boats prior. I'm looking for COL26MK2 owners with experiences in problem areas, restoration and handling.

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