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Crew for NY to FL to Exumas in Late October / Early November

Looking for a couple crewmembers (full or partial part of the trip) for taking a 2008 Beneteau 46 from NYC to Fort Lauderdale, and then to Great Exuma.

Plan is to leave around October 20th (depending on weather offshore forecast) and stay offshore for most of the trip. The trip should take 15-20 days and there will be a few stops (Sea Island, GA, Fort Lauderdale, either Lucaya or Nassau to clear customs)

Boat has 2 berths, 2 heads, full electronics w/autopilot, radar, ais, sirius satellite weather, a watermaker..

If interested, please send me an email at csommers79@gmail.com with your background and availability.

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Just curious, will you be paying travel expenses for crew to/from the boat and for food/drinks, or is the crew responsible for their transport/food/drinks?

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Any potential compensation/reimbursement will be determined on an individual basis. A crewmember from the east coast with 20 years of east coast offshore experience joining for the entire trip has a different value than, say, a 21-yr old from the other side of the world looking to join from Fort Lauderdale to Exumas for a "cheap vacation".
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Are you really going offshore or just hopping down the coast? NYC to Exuma should take 8 or 9 days in that boat.

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Plan is to leave around October 20th (depending on weather offshore forecast) and stay offshore for most of the trip.
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Hey Captain, we are heading down from Hyannis Port to FL, but Norfolk will be our first stop pending on the weather.


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Recently retired, been single handing a 42' sailboat for the last several years along the coast of new england, currently out for the winter in Maine, looking to stay on the water for the winter Tony
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Hi,
I sent a reply and resume to your e-mail a week ago. We are still available for the entire trip for expenses. Travel negotiable? I just posted a thread under member name Brasdor.
Do you still need crew?
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