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10-16-2002 11:17 AM
tho52mas
lady wants boat to stay on, VA/MD

NOW i find you. Just came back from trying the ROUTE. I would have paid you to help me. Maybe next year I will try again. If interested, contact me. Good luck finding a crew position.
10-14-2002 07:39 AM
conradconrad
lady wants boat to stay on, VA/MD

try sc I have a flicka (sabrina) that could use a ton of tlc
10-13-2002 08:37 PM
sv_rocklobstah
lady wants boat to stay on, VA/MD

Lynn,

Drop me a line. I have a 30'' Seafarer docked at the mouth of The Anacostia & Potomac rivers in DC. I stayed aboard last winter and although it wasn''t the Ritz it was livable.

Dave
sv_rocklobstah@yahoo.com
10-13-2002 05:59 PM
ndsailor
lady wants boat to stay on, VA/MD

Lynn, maybe you should post this on a message board that is more frequented, I''ve seen similar posts replied to in short order that way..Rick
09-26-2002 03:49 PM
saiLynnaway
lady wants boat to stay on, VA/MD

Ahoy! I''m Lynn and I love sailing. Slowly making my way from Missouri to the east coast. Am planning to travel to VA/MD coast during the next few months and would like to stay on a sailboat rather than in a motel. Would trade work for sleeping quarters. I''ve owned a Catalina 27 and Tartan 28. Currently boat-less except for an 18'' Norwegian day-sailer I''m restoring. Any ideas for spreading the word about what I''m looking for? I''m great with brightwork, cleaning, organizing. I have lots of references, am a member of the Missouri and Kansas Bars, and love to improve boats. email: lawyerlynn@yahoo.com. Website: www.lawyerlynn.com. Thanks!! saiLynnaway!

 
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