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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-10-2009 07:02 PM
bobmaz2 Thanks.
05-10-2009 09:21 AM
sailingdog These posts you're replying to are SIX YEARS OLD...
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Originally Posted by bobmaz2 View Post
You can split the cost with me on weekends on sailboat (22'-27') pricing from 15-$25/hour, 3 hr. min.
05-09-2009 08:13 PM
bobmaz2 You can split the cost with me on weekends on sailboat (22'-27') pricing from 15-$25/hour, 3 hr. min.
07-25-2003 12:38 PM
arezba
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

Hi - thanks for all your responses -- I am def. still interested in sailing but haven''t been able to this summer as I recently started a new job.

If anyone is still looking for crew - I have some free time coming up on the weekends - my email: RezbaA@CatholicCharitiesDC.org

Thanks
07-17-2003 03:59 PM
DavidMilne
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

Amanda

My girlfriend and I are just about to buy a boat in Baltimore in a weeks time. We will be doing lots of sailing around this area in preparation for sailing back to Sydney Australia. If you are intersted we could keep in touch.

David
06-05-2003 07:00 AM
newuser
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

if still interested am looking for weekend crew on a hunter 30 out of herrington harbour south
05-21-2003 02:15 PM
msaranovich
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

Jeff,

I saw your post about sailing and wanted to let you know that I am an experienced sailor and very good chef that is interested in finding people to sail with in the Washington, DC area.

Many thanks,

Michele Saranovich
04-27-2003 09:38 AM
PASSWORD99
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

I sail out of Herrington Harbour south on a 30 Hunter. always welcome crew. Can be reached at mazdagene@aol.com or just show up.
04-05-2003 06:34 PM
bazook
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

yo ho ho, y''all -

My galfriend and I are interested in cruising the canals of Europe in a Macgregor 25 in a few years [reasons: shallow draft and droppable mast, plus apparent ability to sail on open water]. BUT - we''ve had little sailing experience, and zero exposure to a Macgregor 26 except at a boat show on the land.

Wonder if any Mac26 owner[s] might be interested in taking a couple newbies along on a sail out of Annapolis area? We''d be happy to supply the edibles and drinkables, and perform launching/sailing/docking duties.

Any offers or suggestions happily accepted; thanx in advance.

~ Bruce ~
04-05-2003 11:19 AM
bluenosebob
Day Crewing on the Chesapeake

Amanda--I sail out of Kent Island all spring,summer, and fall. I daysail and do 2-3 day cruises. If interested please reply at above or by the end of next week at bobandlaurie1@mailstation.com or 410 490-1803. Hope we can get together. Bob
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