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Claude Esben Lee jr
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
St Petersburg, FL
Current location:
St Petersburg, FL
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Marine Experience:
U.S. Coast Guard: Captain's License # 664545 (First Aid & CPR training)
Sailing Officer/Instructor, Mobjack sailboats, York River, VA - US NAVY
38' Diesel Cruiser, CA 1888 AL, San Francisco Bay/Sacramento Delta
32' Grand Banks Diesel Trawler, Doc # 694742, Chesapeake Bay/NC Coast
27' Albin Diesel Cruiser, AUL27290G586, Wrightsville Beach, NC
36' Cascade Sailboat, Savannah, GA/Florida East Coast
Outboard power boats & small sailboats, South Pacific

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