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Old 08-04-2009, 10:06 PM   #1
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I built this boat in 1970. She is a 48' yawl designed by S&s. This fall we will be sailing her from New England to Miami, Fla. and we are looking for crew.
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Al and Linda, guess you know every inch of that boat !

Love to have some pictures.

When you are ready to look for crew, use our forum that deals with finding crew.

This month join Lighthouse for a little refreshment.
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Welcome aboard Al and Linda.

If you are looking for crew you should post a message in the Crewfinder section as they will not find you here.

Make yourself at home.
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Welcome. *I assume from your crewfinder post that you expect to make the trip to Miami all the way outside? *You're wise to allow yourself enough time that you can wait out any bad weather. *

Do you have plans after Miami? *The Bahamas, perhaps? *

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