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Welcome to Sailnet Bart.
Hmmm.. rtli.org is a "right to life" website. Probably not the wisest e-mail address to be using on a sailing forum when asking for female crew. JMHO, but you'd probably be safer and better off getting a gmail or yahoo address to use for something like this, considering how negative and fanatical some of the RTL groups are.
When you say you are a captain, do you mean you're a licensed USCG captain, or just some guy with a boat?
BTW, the notice is kind of on the short side, since getting the best price on airline tickets usually requires about three weeks.
Also, be aware that you won't be able to PM anyone until you have at least 10 posts minimum. I'd also recommend that you read this post
to get the most out of your time on sailnet.
Originally Posted by barnaclebart
Female crew wanted for a trip in March. I am a captain with a 41 foot ocean going sailing boat and I will be moving her to the Carribean. I am looking for somone who has some experience, is a non smoker, knows their way around a sailboat or willing to learn, can stand watches, not prone to seasickness, can cook, all boat related expenses plus return flight covered, must have a great sense of humour.
I plan on leaving Charleston for the Abaco sometime around the end of March 08 and slowly head south stopping to visit places along the way. Ultimate destination the Bahamas and then the Caribbean. The boat has all the required safety equipment, auto pilot, SSB, liferaft, watermaker, Sat phone, fridge/freezer, etc.
Please email me if you are interested so we can discuss.
Bart at rtii dot org
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