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Learning to sail near West Palm Beach, FL

Hi everyone,

I'll be visiting the West Palm Beach, Delray Beach area briefly this weekend, and was wondering if anyone would be willing to show me the ropes a little for a couple of hours on one of these days. I mostly just want to see if sailing is something I would like to make the time to take the lessons for. I'd be willing to pay a reasonable amount as well for your time and expenses. I know it will be tough to find someone close to this area, but if you are, and are interested in meeting beforehand, please feel free to send me a message. Thanks.
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Hi, my good sailing friend Jon is down that way. His email is jon@lifeunderwaterinc.com he said he could help you out this weekend if you contact him...
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Thank you so much. That was very kind of you to speak to him for me. I'll contact him, and maybe if I am lucky, I'll get a taste of sailing this weekend.
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