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05-13-2009 05:05 PM
Looking for a spot

Hey guys,

About Me:

Name's Ben. I just graduated Uni with a Business Management major... I guess you could say that in 20 years, I kind of hope I get to be one of those people that "never used their major".


Hobiecat 15's at Lake Saranac in New York.

More about me:

I've been interested in sailing for some time now. I love the water, and would love to go cruising for a day or a year. I think that fun and adventure are two imperative parts of life, I'm easy to get along with, and love to be in the sun, wind, and water. I've been known to pick a song or two on my old gee-tar.

On the other side, I am a very hard worker (references available). I have managed a landscaping crew, done construction, etc.

Physically, I am very athletic. I exercise daily and practice good eating habits, except for the occassional pint of Ben and Jerry's Cookie Dough ice cream, and Doritos (why do they have to be so good!).

I know that the experience can be a turn off, but I am a very quick learner. I would like to be payed, but I understand that the lack of experience could be offsetting...(train for cheap??)

I am looking forward to hearing from some of you salty dogs. Cheers.


Oh...Im in North Carolina right now, looking to move to San Diego, and my dates of departure are very flexible. I would like to know about a trip at the very least, 2 weeks ahead of time (just enough time to throw all my junk in storage!).

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