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Old 14-03-2012, 20:35   #1
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Hello My name is Scott and I reside near Orlando, FL. I am chemist by degree and have worked mainly in the food industry. I am basic scuba certified, surf and love the ocean. I have recently gotten back into sailing and have been sailing dinghies (Flying scots) on lake eustis. I am comfortable with my sailing skills and have taken the Navigation class at the local USPS. I am looking to gain any experience I can, especially on 26-36'+ vessels.

So if you need any help sailing your ship, repairing, painting, scrubbing, etc. etc. let me know. I would be happy to help. I am currently on an extended sabbatical so I am available anytime, for however long. East or West coast of Florida or any lakes in between. Destination, wherever you are taking your her.

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P.S. I am sincere on just meeting you at your marina and helping you paint etc. if that's what you need. To me it will be a learning experience.

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I am finishing fitting out my 63' ketch in long beach, California for a circumnavigation. Are you interested in sailing and share costs?
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Could you give me some more details on the journey?
ports of call, time frame, best guesstamite of the costs to be shared.
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Please give me a call 440-525-1074
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Old 30-03-2012, 17:15   #5
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What does bump up mean?
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What does bump up mean?
Bumping is the act of replying to your own post so that it moves up the list of posts when they are displayed in reverse chronological order.

It is actually frowned upon in the CF rule book as the act of bumping moves a newer post down the list. Mostly a bigger deal on crew ads and classified ads.
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So it's either bump it up or cut and paste and put up essentially the same post as a new post. Is the latter frowned upon also?
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So it's either bump it up or cut and paste and put up essentially the same post as a new post. Is the latter frowned upon also?
Sorry Jacknast. I wasn't trying to start anything. In my day mods were tolerant of a couple of bumps, unless someone complained... It's not really a capital crime ;-)

The good news is our dialog about your "bumping" is effectively bumping your post - LOL...

As far as creating a new post of the same info. We had one of the mods who was magic at archiving classifieds. Basically once an add reached a certain age he whisked it off to classified heaven. I suppose it would be fair to post again after your ad rolled off the board.


But hey - I ain't a mod. Just an opinion...
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Apology not needed.

I rolled over the options...
1. type bump up
2. add a reply of some other sort, as has sort of been done.
3. copy paste and re-post
4. re-write a new ad

and decided on the most efficient.
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Scott I could use you to help crew from Port St Joe into the bahamas, and then flexible. You would be welcome on board to crew with me and my fiance. Roomy 33 yawl
and I would like a diving and freediving buddy
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in two weeks
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Are you available to travel from Key West to Isla Mujeres? 36' Islander. We're from Kemah Tx. waiting to cross. Wife decided she'd wether fly.
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Thanks Jack, I sent you a PM

Also to add.

I can add to my sailling resume

ASA 101, 103, 104, 36' catalina, 39' catalina, 45' hunter tampa bay area.
thanks Sailing Florida Charters plug, great staff Skipper Roy et. al. Nice fleet.

3 days and 3 nights (one up all night) nav on the ICW from Ft Laud. to Ponce Inlet. then a day and night in atlantic, ending in jacksonville, on a 30' Irwin "scowl" so to speak. Woo the stories from that adventure.
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