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|05-21-2006 02:26 PM|
Two early 20's females who have some experience sailing (Yacht in Turkey, Wed. races in Long Island all summer, cooking exp.) looking to learn as much as possible about sailing, and have a great experience doing so.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if positions still availiable
|04-27-2006 03:32 PM|
Sorry to hear about your phone jumping ship....My cell# is 517-575-7507...Looking forward to the trip....is your grandson still going...or just Josh, Lisa, you and I? Left you a voice mail msg...Talk to you soon..
|04-27-2006 12:04 PM|
I did not get your last email but I thought I should give you a heads up. I will try to call you again my phone took a swim and I lost all the numbers but found a piece of paper with some scratch on it that may be your number.
The two guys from California Troy and Josh has turned into Josh and Lisa.
Lisa is a teacher or is working on that and has no sailing under her belt. Josh is the same but has the fever. I have no problem with a woman on board as long as it does not become an issue with her on a watch. I have sailed with some women who could sail circles around guys so maybe she has the right stuff.Still on for the first week in June in Ft Myers I will have to bring the boat up from Marathon bu myself unless one of you comes down to help. Not a problem I just sail till dark and anchor off for the night if its not blowing to hard. Ok well I will try and call later.
Capt Jim Jacobs
|04-10-2006 02:49 AM|
|Showme||Hey Jim, This if John....I am still in for the first of June.....Sent you an email...and left you a voice mail...Talk to you soon..|
|03-29-2006 08:52 PM|
|sailnaway||Ok thanks guys for checking in. I just want to make sure all the ducks swim in the same direction. I hope you guys are studying some navigation and basic skills stuff. Reading Latts and Atts is crap but they have nice looking girls. I like sail magazine and more technical issues if I want girls I will look at Hustler or some other cheezy rag anyway good to here from you. And keep in touch. Later Jim|
|03-27-2006 07:17 PM|
|shiver me timbers||Hey Jim, Troy and Josh are still in. I'll call you when I leave CA.|
|03-27-2006 06:18 PM|
Crew Update and Check in
Hi all will my crew please check in and let me know you are still going Jim.
Troy and Josh ??? So far the dates are the same and on time.
And if you are not going to make it please reply its cool guys not a problem if you cant make it. I do need to stay in touch as it will be very hard at the last moment to get crew togather.
|03-16-2006 09:59 PM|
Hi there I am currently a college student at East Carolina University in North Carolina. I would be very interested in this trip with you in June seeing as I graduate from school in early May. I have been looking for a trip to take before I get at it in the real world. I have vast experience on the water on Power Boats growing up on the NC coast.
If the position is still available e-mail email@example.com or you can phone me at 910-471-4197
|03-16-2006 05:38 PM|
|sailnaway||I finished my list for the week feels good to know most of the hard stuff is done. My grandson will be here in a week or so and I will take his sailing to Indian Key for a shake down. 45 years of sailing and working on boats sure makes it a little less painful. The cost is much higher today than it was in the late seventies when we had a 70' Fife and sailed south five of us for about $2300 if I remember right that was including air fair home when they jumped ship in Barbados and left me with the boat. I got it figured out and when we sold it I took my share and some|
|03-16-2006 09:45 AM|
I'm very interested and would like to know more about the trip. I'm not experienced in Sailing but very eager to learn I'm also a ertified EMT if that helps any. E-mail me if you have any interest and we'll exchange numbers. Thanks STeven
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