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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-13-2010 05:17 AM
ahughes5
Crew Avalible - Young man willing to trade free labor to learn how to sail.

Hello I am Anthony
I live in southern california. I am a young male, just out of highschool. I am currently looking for a job on a boat- but money is not what I seek. I have been boating before on day trips, I enjoy fishing but haven't gone in a while. I once worked the summer in the galley grilling horrible burgers and selling beer to amazing story tellers (it was my grandfathers boat the Western Pride in Newport Beach but its sold now..) so I don't get sea sick... I am willing to offer and commit what ever time you need me for in exchange that you show me and teach me about aspects of sailing, the boat in general, and everything inbetween. I will pay for myself to get to your location, which for me, I would rather only have to travel north or south within usa along the west coast or in the gulf of mexico out of TX or other southern states...

I simply want to offer labor as a payment, for I dont have much money, but hopefully we can settle that later... I have a passport, I have all the time in the world, I am a friendly hard worker willing to learn, All Im looking for is experience. I am a traveller and a writer. I enjoy life every second with its wonderful struggles...

Please, if youre interested reply to this email adress, for i might not check this website as often.

I will write it in long hand, I don't want spam

anthxhughes at yahoo.com

Im on cruiserforums.com also
my user name is InNeedOfTheSea

Thank you and good times to all!
-Anthony

 
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