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03-24-2010 01:28 PM
CaptainForce I know a couple that spend much of one season in the Chesapeake and the other in Florida. She is a nurse and finds, with a great demand for her skill, terms of work in both places. The captain maintains the vessel and does his best to please his wife. 'take care and joy, Aythya crew
03-24-2010 11:48 AM
JamyZ the boat card is an awesome idea, thanks for the advice!
03-24-2010 11:32 AM
sailingdog A boat card is basically a business card for someone on a boat. It has the name of the boat, the owner's name, the home port and often a photo or line drawing of the boat. It may also have an e-mail address, an MMSI, a call sign, a website or a phone number.

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not sure what boat card is, can you elaborate
03-24-2010 11:05 AM
JamyZ
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Boat cards are an excellent way to keep in touch with people.
not sure what boat card is, can you elaborate
03-24-2010 10:51 AM
sailingdog Boat cards are an excellent way to keep in touch with people.
03-24-2010 09:41 AM
JamyZ
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Be careful about advertising or working in one place too long. If you step on the toes of local businesses you might find the authorities knocking on your hull wanting to see your business license, perhaps insurance, etc.
yea i dont want to step on local toes
03-24-2010 09:35 AM
FSMike Be careful about advertising or working in one place too long. If you step on the toes of local businesses you might find the authorities knocking on your hull wanting to see your business license, perhaps insurance, etc.
03-24-2010 09:29 AM
marianclaire If you get to Marathon/Boot Key I believe you can use the morning radio net for an announcement. Not sure if other anchorages have a similar net. Dan S/V Marian Claire
03-24-2010 09:28 AM
2Gringos I would think that those skills would translate nicely to outboard motor and onboard electronics repair. Good stuff for cruisers.
03-24-2010 09:01 AM
Allanbc You can always put a sign on your boat. Print cards and hand them out to anyone you meet.
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