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06-05-2008 08:37 PM
Tribe95 Oh, why not - just to get your (and my ) numbers up there!

I would also be willing to crew for anyone. Even pay for gas .
I'm 41 and holding, pretty fit, can do whatever needs to be done. I work a lot of weekends (I'm a game warden) but am pretty flexible/can often move things around. My wife would be interested as well, though her sense of humor isn't nearly as twisted as mine...

Off topic - I noticed that there are several organizations which offer basic keelboating and other lessons in the PS area. Any one of them better than another? Any one in particular to avoid, to go for?

Thanks all!

06-05-2008 02:02 PM
this should do it

06-05-2008 02:01 PM

just getting my reply numbers up
06-05-2008 02:00 PM
just a reply

to add up the numbers...
06-03-2008 09:14 PM
CharlieCobra We do seem to be gaining in population percentages on here.
06-03-2008 07:13 PM
blt2ski Why is it that we in Sunny not look outside at this time...........we have what Seattle is known for, at least in Edmonds, liquid sunshine. Any way, back to question, do we have as many or more folks from this puget sound area as other area's?

Welcome to you new comers! Tenuki is looking for crew, or at least was for wed night racing out of edmonds that starts tomorrow night I sometimes need crew. Not sure if david is going to race out of here we nights or not......

Jody needs crew for his screaming 38'r out of seattle. He is a little bit on the crazy side, be for me........well...........that is a deep subject, ie the well is anyway!

06-03-2008 06:42 PM
CharlieCobra Ya have a PM.
06-03-2008 05:21 PM
Hi all

Great to hear from all of you. I would love to come to Anacortes to sail....I go to Lopez Island as much as possible....planning to move there one fine day. So great to hear from you all and I'll be in touch.
05-31-2008 03:49 PM
Would also love to crew!!! (and hopefully learn more)

Hi everyone-

I just came across this website today and registered as soon as I saw this posting.

Me: I am a 26yr old guy who lives in Seattle and works for a small design/build company. So I would consider myself very physically able and a quick learner. I also have a younger brother that would also be interested in crewing.

My parents recently bought a 36' Islander that is moored at Shilshole marina. However, my parents still live in Michigan and they started sailing after I left for college. So, I never learned how to skipper large boats. I have sailed Hobies and crewed in a race or two but would love to learn a lot more.

I am pretty flexible on schedule and could contribute whatever necessary. I would also love to be able to share our boat with people that are kind enough to take me out.

I guess I will check back here for any responses. I'll also list my email address as well. Thanks so much. Cheers.

05-30-2008 06:11 PM
CharlieCobra SeattleSail, I'm up in Anacortes (Skyline) and usually have a spot or two open every weekend. Jody can vouch for me.
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