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|04-25-2008 09:37 PM|
Originally Posted by Giulietta View Post
|04-25-2008 09:23 PM|
Originally Posted by lunatozi View Post
|04-25-2008 08:13 PM|
Originally Posted by whatoo View Post
Sorry couldn't stop myself...
Hi and welcome to the new one...
|04-25-2008 03:05 PM|
|whatoo||I use to love sailing, before I learned you had to hoist the sails.|
|04-09-2008 07:32 AM|
Check out the 115’ Schooner A.J. Meerwald (http://www.ajmeerwald.org).
She will be in Philadelphia at the Independence Seaport Museum and Camden at the Wiggins Park Marina April 10 – 18 then on to Burlington at the Riverfront Promenade April 19 – 27.
You can be a Volunteer and get tons of sailing experience.
|04-08-2008 08:39 PM|
28 yr old female..........?
I'm gonna just sit back and watch this one!.......
|04-08-2008 08:30 PM|
I'd also recommend you read the post I have in my signature to help you get the most out of sailnet. Welcome to sailnet.
If you're ever up in the Buzzards Bay area... let me know...
|04-08-2008 01:41 PM|
You are in a great spot. There are over thirty yacht clubs on the Delaware River who are members of the Delaware River Yacht League (DRyL). Some are mostly power boats, some are more sailboats. The best way to crew is to contact the clubs and let them know you are intrested. Most clubs have a racing night during the season where people are looking for crew to help out.
It is a great way to learn....and cheap.
Curtin Marina, Burlington, NJ is home to a yacht club that races on Wednesday (I think). Contact them and ask about which night the club races...AND THAT YOU WANT TO CREW.
You can get there by train using PATCO and then taking the river line to the second stop in Burlington, NJ.
|04-08-2008 01:33 PM|
|teshannon||Welcome to Sailnet Dante. That is good advice about getting references.|
|04-08-2008 01:21 PM|
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