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Crew for jaunt to Greenland on Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter

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Crew required for return passage to East Greenland on vetran pilot cutter – Dolphin. Departing Mid-June for three months. Shared expenses approxmiately £120 per week, based on previous trips. Cramped conditions, ice, mountain scrambling, polar bears – a bit chilly. For further information please contact Emma on 07722 170 782 or emmametcalf@btinternet.com  

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