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Toe in the water

As a first time snowbirder in Bradenton Florida I am relearning sailing. I had some experience as a teen so there is much to learn. I completed ASA 101 and 103 and sailed in Chicago quite a bit over the summer. I'm not ready to buy a boat yet but I am looking for more crewing/learning opportunities.

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Welcome to SailNet, Ted, and good luck!
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You should be able to find that down there as the water is soft! (not frozen like here) Try hanging out at your local marina always someone looking....Dale
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