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Hi! I'm an athletic 23 year old who is looking to get back from New Zealand back home to the UK by boat. I have completed my Comp crew and Day skipper as well as reasonable experience. And now I want to really travel as far home by boat as possible. Assisting on small stints would be also great.
I'm very social and easy to get along with. But also very tidy.

I love my sports and love a good challenge both physical and mental.

Any help would be great and would make a really major chapter in my life.

Many Thanks!
Kit
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Re: New Zealand back to Europe (UK would be ideal)

Well, in a month or so there'll be three Dutch Tall Ships heading in your direction - maybe you can hitch a ride on one of them?

Dutch Tall Ships

"Voyage of a lifetime" and all that sort of thing..
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Re: New Zealand back to Europe (UK would be ideal)

Thanks for that! great link. sent and e-mail off to see what can be done. Looks ideal!!
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