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Old 06-02-2011
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I think this is the most accurate place of forum to place this question...
I will be traveling from Mexico City to San Francisco on Aug 31 and will stay for 3 days... While the main purpose of the trip is for my wife to see the city, I thought would be nice if we can stay on a boat an have half a day of our vacation sailing...
So that being written, do you know of some options for that?
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Can't help you with living aboard, but Latitude 38 and SF Sailing (Goggle them) have crew lists where you can connect with skippers who will take you out. I've sailed with crew from all over the world. PM me if interested.
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