Since graduating from University two years ago it has been my dream to sail around the big blue sea as a deckhand on a megayacht. Before pursuing this dream, however, I spent two years traveling around South America, learning Spanish and learning the most important skill, the language of love I have recently returned from my foray, and have moved to Ft. Lauderdale to pursue my dream at last. I have found, however, that as green as I am getting a deckhand job is not the easyist task. I am very personable, the agencies love me, but it's hard to get a captain to give my CV a second look with out any sea experience. I've been getting ocasional day work, but landing my first job on a yacht is proving to be tough. So, captains, any suggestions?
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