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New to Boston. Looking for Opportunities to Sail

Hi,
I recently moved to Boston from Seattle and I'm looking for opportunities to crew. I have experience on jib trim, pit and mast on a J33, J34 and T-10. It's been a couple years since I raced but look forward to getting back on the water. I have foul weather gear and look forward to getting out as much as I can this winter. If you need help with a day sail, short transport or an extra hand for the Boston Harbor Island Regatta I'd be happy to assist.

Thanks!

David
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Hingham Bay Racing - Crew Bank. On any race day you can pack your gear and walk the dock at a local racing club like Cottage Park at 9AM and just ask around, and you should be able to find a ride.
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www.courageoussailing.org

You can try Courageous Sailing Center Courageous Sailing Center

They have affordable memberships, excellent sailing instruction and a great racing program

Good luck
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