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01-25-2011 08:33 PM
Qomomoko I am looking forward to my first sailing adventure, and not to underestimate how hard it could be, but I am sure I can learn and be of help. I have been reading on the subject for a while and waiting to get experience. I have an engineering degree and work in an industrial setting. I have never waxed a boat but have waxed cars and I do basic work on my car/motorcycle. Thank you for your help.
01-23-2011 05:53 PM
sailingdog Do you have any skills that make you desirable as a crew member, like knowing how to wax a boat, troubleshoot electrical, diesel, and plumbing problems, etc. Do you get a discount on libations or marine supplies?

Also, might want to say how old you are and such...
01-23-2011 01:22 PM
South Florida crew

I dont have sailing experience but am a fast learner. Live in Miami and have a job but available on weekends. If you are looking for help the week of 4th of July, for the entire week, I can certainly help!

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