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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

Starting in May, a one month stay on the Chesapeake Bay with a Delmarva circumnav. Around June either up the Coast to Me. or Nova Scotia, or to Bermuda and points East...Ireland, Azores, Canaries Cape Verdies Is. and back in December along the trades to Windward/Leewards and up to Fla Keys by the middle of Jan. From there possibly the Canal in Feb and a Westerly circumnav. Estimated total time, 2-5yr. Part or all, depends on you and the way things shake out.
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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

My name is Juan Redondo, I am Spanish.
am interested in your trip and I would want to know more details and conditions.

I have Yacht Captain''s title that enables me to skipper all sport yachts (Sailing ships and Motor yachts) without length limitation for any Ocean and I have navigating for more than thirty years.
I have extensive Offshore and Blue Water Cruising Experience.
I’m responsible and self motivated.

I speak Spanish and English
I can communicate in French , Italian and Portuguese.
I have practice in the use of the sailing systems (radar, GPS, sounds out, VHF, HF, etc. ).
I am 52 years old.
I have navigated taking motor yacht and sailing ship to 68 feet to the Islands Canarias, and to Italy, I have navigated for the Cantabrian Sea in diverse occasions, for the Caribean sea, and Pacific coast from California to Mexico, Sea of Cortés, Channel of Panama, frequently for the Mediterranean Sea and I have crossed the Atlantic in three occasions.

I have mechanics knowledge, and I am a PADI certified diver.
I have a good cultural level and I am retired of my profession, which I have carried out during 25 years as Official of the Army.
I’m reliable, dependable. Non-smoker, light social drinker.

Available for private Yachts, deliveries, cruise, crewed charter, absentee management, sail advisor, mate and cook.

Juan Redondo
e-mail jujorepa@yahoo.es

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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

My name is Juan Redondo, I am Spanish.
am interested in your trip and I would want to know more details and conditions.

I have Yacht Captain''s title that enables me to skipper all sport yachts (Sailing ships and Motor yachts) without length limitation for any Ocean and I have navigating for more than thirty years.
I have extensive Offshore and Blue Water Cruising Experience.
I’m responsible and self motivated.

I speak Spanish and English
I can communicate in French , Italian and Portuguese.
I have practice in the use of the sailing systems (radar, GPS, sounds out, VHF, HF, etc. ).
I am 52 years old.
I have navigated taking motor yacht and sailing ship to 68 feet to the Islands Canarias, and to Italy, I have navigated for the Cantabrian Sea in diverse occasions, for the Caribean sea, and Pacific coast from California to Mexico, Sea of Cortés, Channel of Panama, frequently for the Mediterranean Sea and I have crossed the Atlantic in three occasions.

I have mechanics knowledge, and I am a PADI certified diver.
I have a good cultural level and I am retired of my profession, which I have carried out during 25 years as Official of the Army.
I’m reliable, dependable. Non-smoker, light social drinker.

Available for private Yachts, deliveries, cruise, crewed charter, absentee management, sail advisor, mate and cook.

Juan Redondo
e-mail jujorepa@yahoo.es

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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

LADY SAILOR WANTED FOR CALIFORNIA AND MEXICO
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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

Auckland New Zealand. Live a board a 41 ft Catamaran with 4 double cabins, Skipper provided and view the Americas Cup Races or sail the beautiful Hauraki Gulf, Auckland, 2002 and 2003.

Loui Vuitton Cup Races.
Round robin (1) 01/10/02 to 11/10/02:
Round robin (2) 22/10/02 to 01/11/02:
Quarter Finals--12/11/02 to 19/11/02:
Repecharge -----23/11/02 to 30/11/02:
Semi Finals ----09/12/02 to 16/12/02:
Repecharge -----20/12/02 to 28/12/02:
Finals ---------11/01/03 to 21/01/03:

Americas Cup Races.--15/02/03 to 05/03/03.

Costs on a share basis per couple or double cabin per 7 day period are U.S. $1400. Minimum period 7 Days.
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Book now. newtown1@hotmail.com

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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

Hi Phil,
I am interested in sailing, just got back from two years sailing the Pacific and Atlantic, looking to meet other sailors.
I live in downtown Auckland..do you still stay in Auckland?
Look forward to meeting if you are still here...
thanks
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crew wanted Americas Cup Races. New Zealand. (Leave your boat behide.)

Notice for Kwiac.I have just read your e-mail,a month too late i might add.If you are still crewing-up.
Drop me an e-mail as i am most certainly
interested.I have plenty of experience and
am a keen sailor/traveler.I was at The Cup
last year,alas just as spectator.What a blast.Am really keen on going back for round
two.
Blue skie´s,
Sean V.
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