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  1. #1
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    Bradley Beach, NJ

    Fellow OSO Members, I am looking for some information/help

    My son is living in Bradley Beach, NJ and looking for a Job. He has done a lot of landscaping, stone walls, walkways etc. He has also worked as a Auto Body Helper for many many years. He has been around boats all his life, has his safty cert from the coast guard. Any one out there have any tips?

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member rainmn's Avatar
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    Manahawkin, NJ

    Re: Bradley Beach, NJ

    Does he want to work in the marine industry, and how far is he willing to commute? Reason I ask, is Viking Yachts in New Gretna always has openings listed on their site. Downside is, that would be about an hour drive each way.
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    Jacksonville, FL

    Re: Bradley Beach, NJ

    My car is parked at the Bradley Beach train station as I sit here typing. If he's comfortable around boats, maybe he can head to Belmar Marina and look for a mate job on one of the party\charter boats. A little further south, and he can find the same stuff in point pleasant beach. Lots of boats in those places. There are also a ton of marinas around that may be able to use yard help. Our weekends have been pretty crappy lately, and everyone is getting a late start on getting their boats ship shape for the season. Wish him good luck. Bradley and the area around it is a great place to spend a summer.

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