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CREW WANTED-Penobscot Bay (Maine) to the Chesapeake

Hello,

I am moving my vessel from Penobscot Bay to Chesapeake Bay first part of September. Looking for crew members to share in the experience. Want someone who has off shore experience and can navigate.

Trip should take no more than two weeks. Intended route is Maine to Cape Cod canal. Block Island to Cape May, either through LI Sound or off shore. Delaware River to C&D canal and down to Deltaville area.

Vessel is in excellent condition with recent engine, sails and rigging.

Don
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I am interested in sailing with you. I don't have any offshore experience, But I have been sailing for 10+ years. I have been on crews racing J-27's on the delaware river for the last 1.5 years. I have an ASA105 cert. (Navigation). I have sailed Delaware River to C&D canal into Chesapeake before. Wife is OK with it. Time off from work should not be a problem. I'm not afraid of hard work. You can contact me at benpak@comcast.net

Thanks - Ben
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I am interested

I too am interested in this passage and would be willing to discuss details
sailing for 35 years
uscg 100 ton
could do a large part of the trip but depending on time ....
let me know if interested

Rob

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Personal Data: William Dwyer II, williamdwyer@usa.net, 330-388-7270, w/m, single, divorced, one child, retired firefighter age 65
Nautical Training: Basic and adv. Piloting, Basic and adv. Sail, Power Squadron Jr. Navigator and Navigator. I can do celestial nav.
Nautical Experience: One month sail on 43Ft. sloop as first mate. I am a great cook!
Education: B.S. Aerospace Tech, B.S. Mechanical Engineering (8/05), Aircraft Mech.
Licenses: Commercial Pilot, Flight Instructor, Ex. Paramedic (25yrs.), Ham Radio (General Class), Ex Journeymen Firefighter/Paramedic (25yrs.)
Physical Capability: excellent for my age
Crew Compatibility: Exfirefighter crew team oriented and disciplined.
Books Read: I have read all of them: Sailing, Radar, Weather, forecasting, anchoring, piloting, celestial, diesel engine, electrical, sub systems, and cooking.
Objective: Crew now / Skipper later
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