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08-17-2010 11:55 AM
ShockValue Yachts66: I would LOVE to do that, unfortunatly the timing doesn't work out this time around.

Good luck with the cruise!
08-17-2010 03:58 AM
Yachts66 I'm bringing a boat up from SF to the Columbia river. Depending on wind and weather it's a 3ish day trip. Let me know if you're interested. Plan to go around labor dayish. I'm a cruiser, so schedules are not always well defined. LOL


08-04-2010 06:42 PM
Want to crew - Western WA

Would love to gain experience sailing, so I thought I'd offer to crew for anyone that might need some ballast in Western Washington.

I'm new to sailing (I have a small dinghy that I putt around the sound in on occasion) but willing to do what it takes to get out on the water with some more experienced people.

I understand the basics, but have very little hands on. I'm very easy going, but willing and eager to hustle when neccesary. I'm not scared to get wet and won't whimper when you put the leeward rail in the water.

Weekends are great, weeknights might be a stretch, depending on where the location of the start is.

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