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Old 15-11-2015, 14:30   #16
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Re: Female 23 with BA, EMT, CPR

Hello, You may be in luck. I am new to this web site so please contact via crewbay.com or robertmshannon@gmail.com I am in Ft Myers Fl sailing a 28 ft Shannon, last June I went to Cuba. (solo) I do not want to sail solo any more too dangerous so well we shall see !! I am planning a prolonged visit to the Caribbean soon, I am a semi retired RN who usually works 3 - 4 months a year then sails the rest so as today I may be in Ft Myers or sail over to Puerto Rico to work for a couple of months maybe not. I will know in a few days. This trip is without agenda. Your responsibility includes helping at the helm helping cook, and clean, hope to hear from you. bob
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Re: Female 23 with BA, EMT, CPR

You might add if you have any sailing experience. More importantly, do you know if you get seasick or not??
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Re: Female 23 with BA, EMT, CPR

I've never met anyone immune to seasickness. It takes a lot to get me sick, but the once that I was, I was completely worthless, so I now believe that everyone can get seasick, maybe you have to be overly tired and dehydrated to kick it off, but it can happen to anyone.


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