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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-09-2007 07:13 PM
Sapperwhite
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Originally Posted by PBzeer View Post
He knew you would check this, so he picked one that was way old. That's the Gotcha.
Looks like it worked too.
09-09-2007 07:09 PM
sailingdog GRRRR... crazy portagee...
09-09-2007 06:50 PM
PBzeer He knew you would check this, so he picked one that was way old. That's the Gotcha.
09-09-2007 06:32 PM
sailingdog ???? WTF are you talking about??? crazy portagee...
09-09-2007 06:06 PM
Giulietta Hi..my name is Alex, I have not had a drink in 6 months....I just wanted to let you know this:



SD....GOTCHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:
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11-06-2002 10:07 AM
o2go2sea
Experienced crew available, also Nationally Registered EMT

HEY! I am available to crew for a few weeks this winter, possibly on a delivery, and during this summer from May through August.I am willing to travel. I truly enjoy working with and getting to know new people, and I love traveling and sailing is a real passion of mine!! I am willing and eager to learn anything thats needed. I am a very amiable, outgoing, hardworking, mature 19 yr. old young woman. I speak Intermediate level Spanish, and I am also a Nationally Registered EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), and a student sports med trainer at my college. I recently completed a gap year during which I worked and traveled abroad and crewed on various boats. I am currently at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I do not smoke, drink, or do drugs. Extensive references and CV available. I returned mid-June from working on a Swan 46'', the one I delivered from Bermuda earlier this year, getting it ready for the Newport-Bermuda race. I was on a 42'' Catalina for 3 weeks at the end of May sailing in New England. I worked on the schooner SHEARWATER for 2 weeks in Bermuda, and then crewed on a 46'' Swan delivering it to Newport from Bermuda. I was in St. THomas working on an 82'' cat for one week in March. Earlier last year I crewed from Miami to the Exumas on a 41'' Morgan Out Island. Came back to Miami for the boat show and was in Costa Rica for 10 days. I have completed the CYA-Cruising-Basic course and obtained my certification. We sailed the Chanel Islands of the Georgia Strait, in BC. I gained my certification on a Hunter 40.5. I am looking ideally for paid position, but if its the right one all expenses covered will be considered. Experienced crew!!! I hope to hear from you!
Cheers!

 
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