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Old 18-01-2022, 09:35   #1
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Bahamas Cruise

Crew Wanted,
Departing Fort Pierce Florida, first week in February for a month long
cruise of the Bahamas. We are seeking easy to get along with people
who are Vaccinated and Democrats.
Well equipped Catalina 47 with Watermaker and Hookah dive system.
Expenses split evenly amongst all aboard. (Food,Fuel,Marinas, Bahamian fees)
Captain pays all expenses related to boat maintenance.
Shore based expenses and travel to and from the boat are the responsibility
of the crew person.
All ages and genders are OK
Some sailing experience is preferred but not a
requirement. Be super if you can cook
PM with CV and phone number if you please.
Cheers
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Old 18-01-2022, 10:42   #2
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Well gosh darn it! I was prepared to cook and pay for all the food & booze, but I'm a Libertarian.
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Old 18-01-2022, 12:14   #3
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Well gosh darn it! I was prepared to cook and pay for all the food & booze, but I'm a Libertarian.
Point Being?
Nothing at all outrageous about my post.
Very up front and honest
We even acknowledged that we are not great chefs
We know who we are
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Old 18-01-2022, 12:24   #4
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Point Being?
Nothing at all outrageous about my post.
Very up front and honest
We even acknowledged that we are not great chefs
We know who we are
Cheers
Neil

I think Mr Gallinger was trying to be funny.
People really have to chill.
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Old 18-01-2022, 12:33   #5
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I think Mr Gallinger was trying to be funny.
People really have to chill.
After retreading Mr Gallingerís post
and yours
I can see the humor
Apologies to Mr. Gallinger if he was offended
You are correct, Chill time is needed
I hope to get lost for a month on some
isolated beach
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Old 18-01-2022, 12:36   #6
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Sad that you have to resort to everyone being a democrat but to each their own I suppose. Gone are the days we can share and express opinions amongst ourselves.

Good luck with your crew hunt.
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Old 18-01-2022, 12:59   #7
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Can't think of a nicer place than the Bahamas to chill. Have a safe trip!
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After retreading Mr Gallingerís post
and yours
I can see the humor
Apologies to Mr. Gallinger if he was offended
You are correct, Chill time is needed
I hope to get lost for a month on some
isolated beach
Cheers
Neil
No worries! I'm a pretty thick skinned kinda guy.
My hopeless twisted sense of humour gets the best of me at times!
Have a blast in the Bahamas!
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Old 18-01-2022, 14:06   #9
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Nothing wrong with surrendering yourself with likeminded people, especially when you donít want to think about much.
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Old 18-01-2022, 14:25   #10
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Make the Bahamas Great Again!
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Old 19-01-2022, 00:05   #11
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Make the Bahamas Great Again!
What this guy looks like after one month in the bahamas on the crew.

"You turn on the shower -- if you're like me, you can't wash your beautiful hair properly," "'Please come out,' The water -- it drips, right?"

Humor intended not wanting to go down the hate hole of politics!
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Nothing wrong with surrendering yourself with likeminded people, especially when you donít want to think about much.

I think thatís what you call a Freudian slip!
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Old 19-01-2022, 02:35   #13
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Nothing wrong with surrendering yourself with likeminded people, especially when you donít want to think about much.



Well stated.
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Old 19-01-2022, 06:54   #14
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Re: Bahamas Cruise

Howdy,

I'm a 47 year old semi-retired executive in media and the charitable sector. I have 5,000+ open ocean miles, recently finished a transatlantic, am a lifelong sailor and working towards my Yachtmaster. I'd love to crew with you on your Bahamas trip. I can do my share of the cooking as well. Let me know if you'd like to discuss further.

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Todd Cantelon
toddcantelon@gmail.com
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I think thatís what you call a Freudian slip!

No slip at all
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