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I would like to learn too! Bradenton FL.

Hello,

My name is James I'm 19 years old and a college student at the State College of Florida. I would love to learn how to sail, but I would like to see if sailing is really for me.

Is there anyone in the Sarasota/Bradenton FL. area that could take me out for a short sailing trip and maybe teach me the basics.

I'm an Eagle Scout and I love the outdoors, but never took small boat sailing (bummer) I'm also a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. I have been told I have a good character.

Is there anyone willing to help me out?

I have a fishing motorboat and it cost way too much to fix and run and I want sell/trade it for something new and exciting. maybe a sailboat
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Re: I would like to learn too! Bradenton FL.

maybe contact these guys and see if they can get you out as crew:
Sarasota Sailing Squadron | 1717 Ken Thompson Parkway, 941-388-2355
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