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People who accidently sold their boat, and are now SOB's (sailing other's boats)

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People who accidently sold their boat, and are now SOB's (sailing other's boats)

anyone who finds themselves momentarily without a place to enjoy sundowners and finds themselves rudderless in the literal sense.

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Comment by Al Voisine on June 10, 2011 at 11:36am

I am departing Titusville Fl on July 10th heading north to Elizabeth City NC.  Willl take one crew-  man or woman I don't care-   Crew is responsable only for their own travel to and from boat and their food.  I eat cheap!  Trip will be combination of ICW and Atlantic with stops anywhere we want to.  Living is tight it is a 27 ft ODay.  Anyone interested  email me at:  avoisine@cox.net

Fair winds

 

Comment by Terri on March 27, 2010 at 8:03pm
I settled for a sailboat & two cats! Happy Sailorette! When I was looking to bum sails I joined a local sailing club and would get to sail every week on boats from Marblehead to RI. Also volunteered in Spring to help clean, paint boats for the experience and to help the owners who I sailed with, was fun. Plus I always brought the Captain baked treats. :-)
Comment by Al Voisine on March 27, 2010 at 7:03pm
Hi I am permanently disabled and unable to work. Sailing has been a lifelong dream for me but as I am unable to hold a job, and living on VA disability, I will never ever be able to afford a boat. I hope someday that some generous soul will be retireing from the sea and in a financial position able to give me his. Fixer uppers don't scare me. However, I am amazed at the condition of some boats!!! Anyway, till then, I catch a sail here and there and learn and grow as I go! my dream is someday of having my wife costal cruise with me into the sunset. May have to settle for a girlfriend or a cat :-)
Comment by LOLA on February 1, 2010 at 1:27pm
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But this is a good idea for those with the knowledge, but can't afford a boat?
 

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