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Old 01-22-2009
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I have 62,500nms ocean miles, have done deliveries before, have worldwide crew data base both free crew and crew requiring payment- experienced and some fully qualified also. All details and referrences are on my website which would be advise on enquiry and i get paid by a - superannuation scheme providing I don't earn an income. So why not.

However there is always people with nothing better to do with their time but shoot down fellow personel on websites.

So be it.

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Old 01-22-2009
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Further more I have 30 years ocean going experience and with referrence to the insurance question the ill informed statement. If there is no renumeration re the delivery then the owners existing insurance covers the delivery period and can be extended by endorsement for such and ocean passages. This way there is no cost or just the ocean going extension for the delivery for the owner. Accordingly the vessel owners is guaranteed his vessel covered premium paid the policy is in force without verivication and he gets the terms and conditions he wants [ Cover ] in full confidence.

In the part of the world i sail in. I had one owner refused ocean going cover but when the insurance company learnt I was the delivery Captain they grant cover without a loading.
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