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Old 10-03-2016, 23:16   #1
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Sailing Hawaii to Marshals

Hello,

I am looking for 1 crew on a 40' ketch from Hawaii to Marshals and possibly further to Philippines.

No pay but will supply all provisions, well equipped heavy cruising sailboat. Sailed from Seattle to Santa Barbra Ca, to Hilo Hawaii last fall. Ready to go again, just waiting on weather.

PM me if you are interested.

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Rob,

PMd you.

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Re: Sailing Hawaii to Marshals

what date where you thinking i was thinking of taking my boat to sydney mabe i could tail you for a while
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what date where you thinking i was thinking of taking my boat to sydney mabe i could tail you for a while

I'm probably leaving Monday morning the 21st

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That was the easiest sail I ever did. Two weeks of sunny bliss. One day of storm.

Nice.

Do take a good look around Majuro and learn how the yankee dollar can destroy paradise. The place is an education for all.
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Re: Sailing Hawaii to Marshals

Kudos to you

I cant stand these posts asking for crew but then indicates the volunteer crew are to pay their own way
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That was the easiest sail I ever did. Two weeks of sunny bliss. One day of storm.

Nice.

Do take a good look around Majuro and learn how the yankee dollar can destroy paradise. The place is an education for all.

it could be worse....they could all be walking around with AK 47's paid for by the Russians ,or chinese
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That's one way to fix the rat problem.
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This is Majuro . . . . . north shore.

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Re: Sailing Hawaii to Marshals

Hello all,

Im in Majuro about to cast off again for Pohnpei, and then Weno, Yap, Palau and the Philippines.

If you are on any of these Islands and want to head west just let me know.

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