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Newbies, especially if looking for rides...

Folks, all of us started out somewhere, usually on someone else's boat. Many of us posters keep an eye out for crew positions that may be available on more than one forum so if you're looking to crew, get a ride etc. Please don't do a drive by post and not check back in for results......

I'd like to clarify that this is my opinion or pet peeve as it were and not the position of this site, it's management or moderators so take it for what it's worth. Thanks.
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Charlie, don't stress. Your tone seems fine and your advice is good.
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