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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-09-2011 01:11 PM
Mariner777 When would you be heading out? I could join for the passage and would likely hop a flight back to the mainland - mostly interested in scouting out the route for when I sail my own boat there soon...
03-05-2011 09:09 PM
RedbayBob I am interested in this trip. Early retiree in excellent physical condition and have blue water experience. I can provide references, plus I am a fisherman.
03-05-2011 03:41 PM
GUNES I AM 55 FEMALE CREW, I AM AVAILABLE FOR SAILING AS A COMPANION, WE CAN TALK TO DETAIL.....PLEASE WRITE

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01-08-2011 01:32 PM
sprtn94 Chad,

I'm interested as long as you guys don't mind a third business owner! Shoot me a pm if your still looking for crew, I'm trying to build sea time and pretty flexible with time.
01-03-2011 05:01 PM
Shipislandpirate
Fl to Caribbean

Chad....My girl and I are currently in Ft. Myers leaving tomorrow on a flight back to Michigan.... Planning on selling it all and buying a boat to live aboard and sail the caribbean... First stop when we get back is the post office for passports...What is your time frame on leaving the Ft. Myers area...We would like to meet up with you and check out your boat..

Fair Winds...

John and Jen
01-03-2011 04:31 PM
chadsunkenadventure
Fl to carribean

Feeling out bringing someone else on board. After a 4 month refit on a spacious and comfortable Coronado tricabin 35 the yanmar diesel popped after 5 days out.Currently being rebuilt north of Ft meyers. Interested in possibly picking someone up who is DRUG Free,easy going and easy to get along with. I am a business owner as well as the other guy on board. Accomodations are the 2nd settee berth in the middle living cabin . Pay for all your own food and drink .be very clean ,common sense smart and be able to steer a halfway straight course. A fishermen is a plus because I would like to learn. Destination caribbean with no time line . So if your easy going can get along with everyone,dont mind hitting the bars for sundowners and hanging with the locals I'm interested in talking to you . I dont sail hard either.Quite comfortable with 50-60 miles aday. Figure 10$ contribution to my beer fund adequate.

 
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