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Old 10-19-2019, 02:45 AM   #1
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House for Trawler Vacation Swap

Good morning Trawlers!
I own a house on St. John, USVI w/ views of Coral Bay. I'm looking to see if anyone would be interested in trading a week or two of their trawler for my home. It would be myself, wife, and two daughters. Not picky on location, just looking for something different to get off island. If you're needing the boat moved for season change that is something we could definitely do.
To help put you at ease, I am a commercial mariner (500-Ton Master, 2nd Mate Unlimited w/ Oceans, Full STCW, and insurance), and have experience with trawlers/Aft cabin's. I used to own a 42' Jefferson. If this seems like something you'd be interested in let me know. We can see what works for both of us. Also, I own a 32' Mako CC that is all set up for fishing as well. Thanks for taking the time.

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Old 11-26-2019, 08:51 AM   #2
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We are in PNW, and own a Mainship 390, and a Downeaster 39 Ketch. Your proposal, would it be swap need to happen at the same time? I would want to use it for two weeks, during the winter. But, I would assume you were prefer to sail in my waters during the summer. And I would not be interested until winter 2021, my 2020 plans are already set. Thanks
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Old 11-26-2019, 09:54 AM   #3
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I have the same question...assume you want the trawler in the summer and I would want to use the house in the winter, does that work for you?

I have a Mainship 400 in the Chesapeake Bay area.
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