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Out to sea in company

robinborton

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Great idea boatone ...Thank you

It's been a long time since I logged on or posted on this forum.
I would dearly love to get out to sea more often (once in the last two years) but time and lack of experience are my excuses. I am based in Staines and so a sea trip means three or four days and I need crew who know at least as much as I do preferably more..
If there are any other forumites who are in the same boat then a get together one night at a watering hole to see what we could come up with would be great
RB
 
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You could always ask for crew to join once you've done the river bit and are about to go to sea, would make the time factor less of an issue?
 
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