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04-11-2011 11:39 AM
Frogwatch Unfortunately, my idea of cruising cuisine is a stale Pop Tart. Why do my crew always look so aghast when I spoon instant coffee into cold water and drink it? My living standards are somewhat below what most people would consider reasonable, I think a porta-potti is just fine and the smell of diesel is wonderful to me.
So, if she can put up with that on a 28' boat and with a 55 yr old male techie curmudgeon who does not care what she looks like, then MAYBE.
Is she willing to go up the mast? Big plus there. Does she understand a compass? Does she need things explained more than 4 times (if so, NO WAY). Is she the "needy type", if so, NO WAY, I go cruising to get away from that. Is she financially independent? I already raised 3 kids and don't need more to pay for.
28' sailboat sorta wandering southward currently in Marsh Harbor Abaco, maybe heading for Georgetown soon.
04-08-2011 05:23 PM
Michael19491949 sailing a boat isn't rocket science... any reasonably intelligent person can be taught to stand watch and be otherwise quite useful in a single day... amazing that people wish to give the impression that there is something so dramatically complicated and difficult... if i were ready to go right now i'd take you along
01-20-2011 11:28 AM
manustrack
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Originally Posted by Bene505 View Post
That weekend is February 5th and 6th.

Regards,
Brad
Hi Brad, i will visit you !
thank you and have a nice day
Manu
01-20-2011 02:18 AM
Bene505
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Originally Posted by mgiguere View Post
Manu:

If you are still in Key West and would like a part time job cooking, we are visiting over SuperBowl weekend aboard our 36 ft trawler. Let us know.
That weekend is February 5th and 6th.

Regards,
Brad
01-19-2011 09:07 PM
mgiguere Manu:

If you are still in Key West and would like a part time job cooking, we are visiting over SuperBowl weekend aboard our 36 ft trawler. Let us know.
01-18-2011 08:39 PM
Bene505 Manu,

If you want to do some sailing up in New York, let me know. That's a general invite for all members of the sailnet forum, as everyone knows. Short day sails.

Thinking about sailing to the Statue of Liberty and back. The Statue was made in France, it's a French boat. My wife speaks some French. Just saying...

Regards,
Brad
01-18-2011 08:33 PM
imsaint007 Hi , Manu you're the crew mate that I'm looking for whatever you do is fine .I'm leaving to Europe some time this year ,than head south to Brazil ,lets get in touch for more details I have no time frame for this voyage.
Camper Nicholson 44 "SAINT007 "
Miami Beach
01-18-2011 07:41 PM
manustrack About "night watch", i'm not a big sleeper so i can help;
About cooking in reduce space, not a problem for me, i traveled 7 months from Panama to Buenos Aires in a van with a very small kitchen, and i've been traveling in a van 2 years in Europe too.
01-18-2011 07:35 PM
manustrack Hi guys !! indeed and obviously i don't have any skills in relation with sailing, fiberglass repair, electrical, plumbing, diesel troubleshooting !!

I did a short resume of what i could bring to the crew because some people is interested in sharing a sail with a pleasant helpmate and not especially somebody with sailing skills.
and some people could feel teaching sailing!
thanks to all of them to considering my message I dident expect so much !
Manu.
01-18-2011 07:03 PM
eherlihy
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She does NOT want to sail with us. (maybe Smack, or CD, but not us )
Now that I think about it, probably NOT Smack.



Good luck to you in finding the right vessel Manustrack.
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