The OP probably sees it as ethical....
Originally Posted by ughmo2000
If he's been paid to provided a "delviery crew", and he's pocketing the monies to pay that crew, AND then charging novice crew he advertises for. I don't believe owners should ask crew to contribute to boat or provisionong costs either.
Does anyone really think what the OP is doing is OK?
Umm...what do you think the word tuition means? The OP uses the term in reference to crew on his website. The definition for the word TUITION is:
A sum of money paid for instruction (such as in a high school, university, or college)
What else would unpaid crew be contributing????
He says crew would be expected to contribute, he never says contribute financially.
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