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05-02-2013 11:19 PM
OxKaufman
Loxidrome

Hi. I'm new to Sailnet. Just sold my Moody 425 that I owned for the past 10+ years based in Tortola, BVI where my wife and I live. If you have or charter a boat down here, perhaps we would sail with you for a while.

I learned sailing on a sail canoe when I was 11 years old and have enjoyed the sport ever since. In the past, I owned a Tartan 28, a Pearson 26 and an O'Day 37 which I sailed on Lake Michigan. I took the United States Power Squadron classes. I've sailed down-island to Bequia and once delivered a 38 foot cat from Guadeloupe to Anegada.

I look to crew on vessels anywhere in the world with my wife, who is the finest cook to ever grace a vessel. We never get seasick in a blow or below. I play guitar and sing when begged (on iTunes or Amazon you can download a song that I wrote and recorded called Why Sailors Drink Rum). We may buy another boat when our grandson gets a bit older.

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