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01-31-2004 10:22 AM
markedatbirth
Wish to learn

Hello, I would like to learn to sail. I live in texas, I would be willing to Travel to any where along the coast. I have little to none experence sailing. I am usully off on weekends.
Thanks!
01-10-2004 06:06 AM
jjohnn
Wish to learn

email me
01-06-2004 08:57 AM
wallace8585
Wish to learn

Hi! My husband and I are wanting to learn how to sail. We would love to have the opportunity of helping out as crew members for a captain that is in need of some extra assistance. We live in Central California, so if anyone out there needs some help and doesn''t mind showing us the ropes, we would greatly appreciate it.
01-02-2004 04:23 AM
Bawgy
Wish to learn

Thank You dirtchicken. I had a great time on the Nuese aboard your Columbia . I gained some confidence by working your boat and getting the positive feedback . I went out 4 times last week and let the boat heel more than in the past . I needed the confidence gained by hearing what I was doing was the right thing. My boat is not as nice as your Columbia but you are always welcome on her . Let me know when you need crew and I would love to go out with your wife and drag the topsides (I think?). Thanks again BAWGY
12-09-2003 01:10 PM
Bawgy
Wish to learn

CMTPRES I need some contact info for you PLease send to Kennyluter@hotmail.com . Thank You
12-05-2003 10:30 AM
dirtchickn
Wish to learn

I have a Columbia 26 in Oriental and try to get down at least 2 weekends a month, and would love to help out, as many people did before my wife and I bought our boat. Email richardtrumper@earthlink.net
11-28-2003 06:38 PM
Bawgy
Wish to learn

Thanks I would love to come up anytime . Most of my weekends are free .I will try to look up your contact info . Thanks
11-23-2003 08:13 AM
cmtpres
Wish to learn

I am in the Winston-Salem area - If you get up this way let me know and we can go out on my boat for a little sailing/learning.
11-19-2003 12:44 PM
Bawgy
Wish to learn

Date: Nov. 19 2003 5:42 PM
Author: Bawgy
I would love to Crew aboard someones boat in the NC/VA area . I purchased a Venture 24 and I am goint to fix her up for the sounds of NC . I would cherish the opportunity to learn from an experienced sailor . I dont take anyone out on my boat yet because I am such a novice . I have a Janus 13 foot Ghost with A Jib and started with that . Hope to hear from someone soon . Bawgy

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