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02-02-2001 05:26 AM
Signature II, one berth open

Ahoy Doug,Send e mail address to thanks be safe at sea don
02-02-2001 04:37 AM
Signature II, one berth open

I live in Charleston and sail my Bayfield 32 here. E-mail me if you ever need a hand

01-12-2001 12:14 PM
Signature II, one berth open

Not ideal for me but there may be a possibility. As I said, I want to
gain experience that will position me to do deliveries so I''d prefer
longer passages that would take me to different ports in different
kinds of boats. I also don''t want to go in the hole financially--I''m
basically looking for breakeven or close to it for the near term.

I live in Raleigh NC, roughly a 5 hr drive from Charleston. If you''re
sailing weekdays I could drive home on weekends. But I don''t want to
spend money on overnight accommodations. Could I overnight on the
boat? Place to park my car? Any meals provided? I couldn''t make any
long term commitment because if I get an offer closer to what I want to
do I''d have to take it.

I tried to reply directly to your email but the return address was incomplete. It was just "takingthehelm" with no @server.
01-11-2001 02:40 PM
Signature II, one berth open

Still need crew? I''m a 50 yr old male escapee from a respectable desk job, returning to life on the water. Need more experience to be able to do deliveries. I''m available after 1/26/01. I have experience in the distant past from growing up on the Chesapeake, and will be in a sailing class 1/20-1/26 for refresher and ASA 103/104 certifications. Fit, responsible, easygoing, eager to learn. Email
12-17-2000 02:51 AM
Signature II, one berth open

Sailing at it''s best, out of Charleston,SC. Crew needed for short ocean voyaging.

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