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Old 09-26-2007, 08:06 PM
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Responsible college student looking for a job.
Im looking to get a part time job at a marina or somthing involving boating.
I live on Long Island does anyone know of a place i could work.
Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Ill give you a job towing. 3-4 hours towing, 5-6 hours boating. No boating experience necessary.
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Responsible college student looking for a job.
Im looking to get a part time job at a marina or somthing involving boating.
I live on Long Island does anyone know of a place i could work.
Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Too bad your in NY, were looking for help, but in CA
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maybe check out Craig List in your area and see what is available.

www.craigslist.org
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Try these folks:
Mariner's Cove Marine Inc
9 Canoe Place Road
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
Phone: 631-283-7001

Be aware though, we are now entering the off season, so aside from Winterizations and shrink-wrapping, all of the northern marinas are slowing down. If you do not have experience with the logistics of moving boats (carefully and safely), winterizing, and shrink wrapping; position yourself as a fast and willing learner. You may have to start off at low pay before you prove yourself; maybe even offer a few days of your labor for free so they can see you in action at little to no risk for them.
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Too bad your in NY, were looking for help, but in CA
There you have it... MOVE TO CALI!!!
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Ill give you a job towing. 3-4 hours towing, 5-6 hours boating. No boating experience necessary.
thats like the perfect job. I would be all over that.
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Old 09-27-2007, 11:47 AM
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Try these folks:
Mariner's Cove Marine Inc
9 Canoe Place Road
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
Phone: 631-283-7001

Be aware though, we are now entering the off season, so aside from Winterizations and shrink-wrapping, all of the northern marinas are slowing down. If you do not have experience with the logistics of moving boats (carefully and safely), winterizing, and shrink wrapping; position yourself as a fast and willing learner. You may have to start off at low pay before you prove yourself; maybe even offer a few days of your labor for free so they can see you in action at little to no risk for them.

The hamptons is kinda far from me
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wheres the job
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Old 09-29-2007, 09:29 AM
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thats far from where im located
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