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07-01-2002 11:36 PM
Jill needed for Jack and Jill race series -- Seattle

Well, Rick,

Great as it would seem to plunge into the world of bought-and-paid-for racing crew, honey, why can''t you find any crew in one of the best sailing areas in the U.S.? I love Ericsons. Sailed many.

Good Luck,
06-26-2002 04:01 PM
Jill needed for Jack and Jill race series -- Seattle

I''d like to race in the Jack and Jill race series in Seattle/Puget Sound, but the rules require one man and one woman on the boat and I don''t have a woman crew who can make the schedule. If you are interested, please let me know. I''m also looking for regular crew for other races too.

The series consists of 5 races, of which we must race in three of them to qualify. Two have already past, so we need to make all three of the remaining 3. The dates are:

July 13th
August 18th
September 7th

Read about my boat at http://www.TheDiligence.Com. It''s not pretty, but it races great. I''m open for spinnaker or non-spinnaker; whatever you prefer.


Rick Andrews

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