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Homeport:
Punta Gorda Florida
About Me:
Single man seeking able bodied first mate. I have been sailing for 8 years here in Florida. . Have been to the
Bahanas on my sailboat Quest and look to do more long term, short term cruising.
Current location:
Punta Gorda
Destinations visited:
Keys, Bahamas, florida
Looking to:
Do more cruising both short term and long term..

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At 5:12am on February 1, 2009, Marlene A. Sassaman said…
Finally figured out how to navigate Sea Knots. Months ago I set up a profile and you commented. I have had a few articles published, was one of several who served as editor and reviewer for an education book, as well as edit articles and letters for colleagues. Currently, I have an idea for a Dr. Seuss style book and need an illustrator. I also need guidance on how to protect my work. If you have experience with getting copyrights and such let me know.
At 1:45pm on October 22, 2008, Dianne said…
Hi Jerry,
Sjorry to take so long .
Lots going on here in Orlando.
dianne
At 3:59pm on October 21, 2008, Bette said…
I said not interested - please stop sending e-mails. TY
At 5:16pm on September 28, 2008, Bette said…
Happy sails to you! Sorry I stay in NE summers on the water and head to the North Country to ski winters. Not interested in sailing in hurricane alley or the bermuda triangle :!)
Bette
At 8:39am on September 28, 2008, Mary F said…
Thanks, Jerry. Sea Fox is a Saga 43. She's a Robert Perry design built for speed with only a 12' beam so she sails very well. Our 7' draft is a problem in some places but we don't mind. We're her third owners - bought her in 2004 and moved aboard 2 years ago.

A few years ago we chartered an IP out of Burnt Store Marina and managed to go agound a couple of times so we won't be visiting your part of Florida in Sea Fox. We've been crusing the east coast - got to Maine this year - and got as far south in the Bahamas as Warderick Wells. Will be doing more Bahamas exploring in the coming winter.

Mary
At 10:14pm on September 27, 2008, Dianne said…
Lord, i just saw your info. i am a computer duh.
I am getting a 19 Starwind. small but good to learn and grow. My goal is a live aboard event. And to cruise a lot.

by the by I am not a young bikini babe-sorry
but a nice person. (gosh that is the kiss of death isnt it?)
At 10:11pm on September 27, 2008, Dianne said…
Jerry that sounds great. Need to improve my skills so give me some time. I am trying to get the boat moved down here as soon as possible.

What do you sail, if I may ask?

dianne
 
 
 

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