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Old 23-02-2013, 22:16   #1
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Someone in Isla Mujeres Going To Rio Dulce

Need one person to travel with wife and myself. 2 over nights. 1 stop in Mx., 1 stop in Belieze. Leave Isla about March 5th. Week to 10 days traveling. Island hopping.
Let us know.
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Old 25-02-2013, 09:57   #2
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Re: Someone in Isla Mujeres Going To Rio Dulce

hey there, i am a 25 year old canadian fella looking for some sailing experience. just spent 3 months in the dark at the north pole, some sun would be nice! I work hard but have little knowledge of sailing. meet you in cancun?
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hey there, i am a 25 year old canadian fella looking for some sailing experience. just spent 3 months in the dark at the north pole, some sun would be nice! I work hard but have little knowledge of sailing. meet you in cancun?
Can you email me at txlittlejack@prodigy.net

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Old 26-02-2013, 11:45   #4
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Re: Someone in Isla Mujeres Going To Rio Dulce

From Cancun, crew can take an air-conditioned Ultramar ferry to Isla Mujeres -- very easy nowadays. It used to be you had to get transportation to Punta Sam, where the car ferry still departs, but nowadays it's really easy. The ferry from the hotel zone costs more, but it's still not a big expense... around $11.50 US (price is actually set in pesos, $MN) from Gran Puerto. It would also be possible for crew to fly into Cancun airport and get an airport shuttle to one of the ferry terminals.

Also, perhaps Jack would like to tell people a bit more about the boat, safety stuff, and any special expectations they have about crew behavior, bad habits, pet peeves, food, whatever.
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