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11-21-2012 09:52 AM
Re: Crew Wanted: Charleston, SC -> Abacos, Bahamas

That is a wide window of time. What is your planned departure date?
11-17-2012 10:41 PM
Re: Crew Wanted: Charleston, SC -> Abacos, Bahamas

I'm in Savannah. As long as it isn't a race day I can take a few days off and see you down the florida coast. ICW or outside is fine w me.
11-16-2012 01:15 PM
Re: Crew Wanted: Charleston, SC -> Abacos, Bahamas

I guess I'm too young to be PMing, so give me a call 8o1 541 119o or email: christiansen7 @ gmail . com
11-13-2012 08:11 PM
Re: Crew Wanted: Charleston, SC -> Abacos, Bahamas

I can be available in that time frame, I have 45 yrs sailing experience and I've owned more than a dozen boats. I have more than 3500 miles offshore experience. Hope to hear more.
11-11-2012 08:14 PM
Crew Wanted: Charleston, SC -> Abacos, Bahamas

I have a short work break from December 27th to January 18th and need to get the boat to warmer waters. Anyone willing to help out, let me know...

Maria is a Raider 33 sloop. She is equipped with your typical cruising amenities.

I am looking for someone looking for a ride to the Bahamas in early January who can stand prudent watches and provide decent company. I will provide the food and boat and autopilot and two books and a deck of cards and chess set and we'll hope the winds are provided for.

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