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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-06-2009 08:03 PM
krozet I've never been on a forum that resurrects old post quite as spectacularly as here on SailNet...

Facepalm anyone?
02-02-2009 02:23 PM
PBzeer When I saw this in the new threads, I was wondering when she left the Med
02-02-2009 02:15 PM
sailingdog You do realize that you're replying to a post that is almost SIX YEARS OLD.

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Did you make the trip down the west coast of Florida and on to the Bahamas? How did it go? Any suggestions? surprises?
02-02-2009 11:17 AM
TThomsen You Can check her site here

WWW.SEAGYPSYSAILING.COM - Sailing Adventure in the Mediterranean
02-02-2009 10:52 AM
npronpro
Bahamas trip

Did you make the trip down the west coast of Florida and on to the Bahamas? How did it go? Any suggestions? surprises?
10-17-2003 07:10 AM
Seagypsywoman
Crew wanted Marcos Island, Florida to Marathon and Bahamas

Single female skipper (52 years old) on a 32 foot East Orient offshore cutter are sailing to the Caribbean this fall and winter.
Looking for compatible, expense sharing, non-smoking crew for a day, week or longer.
I am an incurable romantic, spiritual and love classical music, books and red wine with dinner. The boat is strong and capable.
Although I hope to find a partner to sail with long term, I am also offering crewing opportunities for like-minded individuals or couples.
I hope to leave Marcos Island in the next few days to a week and head for Marathon, Florida. After that, I''ll be waiting for a weather window to head to the Bahamas. Please write to seagypsywoman@yahoo.ca if interested.

 
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