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Moving a boat to Israel

We have a situation that needs immediate attention because the Turkey Prime Minister is making some very disturbing anti-Semitic statements causing us to have serious concerns about keeping our Gullet there.  At the time of writing this to you the 20 meter Gullet is on its way to Israel simply because we know it is far to dangerous for us to keep it in Turkey at this time.  Having to pay mooring here in Israel when the mooring is paid in Turkey is really hurting us.  What we do know is we can’t keep another boat here in Israel as the mooring is the highest in the eastern Med.

 

We have always know the best place to keep this boat is on the Island of Cyprus on the Greek side.  The marinas on the Island have always been book with waiting list for boat to moor there.  But a new marina has opened in Cyprus and they have offered me a really great three year package deal of half price.  The mooring price for our 20 meter Gullet would be 15,000 Euros a year, but they are offering a 50% off applies for berthing contracts of 3 months and above. The yearly berthing rate for the yacht size 15-20 meters is €7,500 plus 19% VAT. If you would like to benefit from the special offer for 3 years, please note that the total amount for all fees must be paid in advance.  This would put our boat close to the Turkish coast and the Greek Islands giving us an advantage in reaching and picking up Jews to bring home.  It is also very likely that many Jews will be able to make it to Cyprus and we would be there to run them straight over to Israel.

In order for this to happen in the next week or so it will take some sacrificial giving on the part of the supporters of this ministry.  All I can do is send this email out and pray that God will reveal to everyone reading it what he or she should do to make this happen.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem for our son Joel and all the IDF soldiers.  Pray for this ministry and your part in it.

Shalom, jerry golden

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