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Experienced Captain Available - Sailing or Motor Yacht

Sail or Power - Private or Charter - Responsible, Committed, Hard Working

Extensive experience on sailboats and motor yachts, Eastern U.S., Bahamas
and Caribbean - including 12 years of chartering and private yacht work
plus numerous offshore deliveries. Great at impeccable hands-on yacht
maintenance and staying within budget.

U.S. Coast Guard licensed Master, 50 tons offshore (upgrading to 100-ton),
as well as STCW-95. Sailing yacht charter captain (4 years in the
Caribbean and Maine). Many more years as a private motor yacht skipper and delivery captain.

Also established and managed bareboat charter company office (Sun Yacht
Charters in Antigua, West Indies).

Currently Port Captain for the Nantucket Boat Basin on Nantucket.

Easy-going, cooperative team player, good listener.

My resume is available for your review - please call me at 802-579-4557 for the web address...thank you.

I look forward to speaking with you - have a great day!
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If you're looking for a paid position, you'd probably be better of posting on a site that specializes in paid positions...rather than sailnet, which really doesn't.

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Thank you for the advice!
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