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Crewless again

 After spending a wonderful summer in the great north east and surviving Irene in Newport, I find myself crewless. Scheduled crew had a change of plans so I'm looking for help sailing  from here to Annapolis. Anyone interested?

Added by Skip Reynolds on September 19, 2011 at 10:08pm — 4 Comments

Need Crew

Needing crew to sail from  St Augustine to Chesapeake Bay. Any volunteers?

Added by Skip Reynolds on May 14, 2011 at 4:45pm — 3 Comments

Heading back south

After a wonderful summer sailing to Maine getting as far as Acadia National Park and Sommes Sound, beautiful area, I'm back in Annapolis and find myself crewless. My sailing partner had to get home to help family and now I need help sailing to St Augustine. So if Anyone wants to crew on a beautiful 60' wooden ketch to sunny Florida, here's the opportunity. I'm easy going and experienced and have a well equipped and comfortable boat. I might try to single hand her to Portsmouth, VA, based on…

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Added by Skip Reynolds on October 19, 2010 at 10:27am — 5 Comments

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