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ChrisHamilton 12-12-2010 04:53 PM

Yachtmaster Offshore available
 
My name is Chris and I'm a fully qualified yachtmaster offshore under sail, meaning I've completed Competent Crew, Day Skipper, Coastal Skipper, and Yachtmaster practical and theory courses, and passed the Yachtmaster practical exam. I have 3000 miles experience, am commercially endorsed with an ENG1 and am 1 course away from my STCW 95 (fire prevention), I'm 19 coming on 20, fit, healthy, and hard-working. I'm looking for work and would like to find something like deliveries that would further my career, to learn more about me ask for reference info, I can send a copy of my resume, and copies of my qualifications as well, thanks for your time.

My experience:

Practical:
-12 weeks, 2500 miles, yachtmaster training with Allabroad Sailing Academy in Gibraltar, Spain, and Portugal, largest ship Bavaria 44 ft, strongest wind force 8, tidal waters
-2 weeks, 300 miles on a tallship across the great lakes of Canada, strongest wind force 5, non-tidal waters
-2 weeks, 200 miles on a 50 ft catamaran in the British Virgin Islands of the Caribbean, strongest wind force 5, tidal waters

Theory:
-2 weeks of navigational theory (chart work and weather, day skipper, coastal skipper and yachtmaster)
-Additional courses:
-Diesel Engine
-VHF Radio
-Radar
-Electrical Systems
-Gelcoat and boat maintenance
-Ropework
-Sea Survival
-First-aid
-Personal Safety and Social Responsibility

Resume:
CHRIS HAMILTON

Home Phone: just ask
Mobile: just ask
E-mail: chris_h_27
@hotmail.com
Address: 5674 Gamsby Rd.
Orono, Ontario, L0B 1M0
Born: Feb 25th, 1991

Longterm Goal

To obtain a career constructing and repairing sailing vessels

Knowledge, Skills, and Qualifications

-Fully qualified yachtmaster offshore for sailing vessels
-Qualified for use of VHF Radios
-2700 miles in tidal waters, 300 miles in non-tidal
-Additional courses include: Diesel engine, radar, electrical systems, gelcoat and boat maintenance, ropework, sea survival, first-aid, and personal safety and social responsibility
-Proficient with navigation and weather systems
-Wood shop training: safety and use of hand and power tools, construction of houses and furniture.
-Experienced Labourer
-Commercially endorsed with ENG1 medical

Work Experience

2004-2005
-Wendy’s Restaurant
- Part time employee
-Worked both in the kitchen and at the cash register preparing food and serving it to customers in a fast paced environment

2007-2010
-Brimacombe Ski hill
- Full-time Lift Attendant
-Was responsible for the safety of skiing and snowboarding customers, the loading and unloading of passengers on chairlifts and t-bars, and directing of parking

2008-2009
-Fred’s Fruit Market
- Full-time Labourer
Maintained an apple orchard, then picked and sorted the apples for shipping

2009
-Outback Paintball
- Part-time Paintball Referee
Patrolled paintball matches to ensure the safety and general happiness of customers while maintaining their equipment

2009
-Abbeywood United Van Lines
- Part-time Labourer
-Lifted households of furniture and belongings to a truck, stacked it all, then unloaded it at its destination

2010
-Tim’s Rent-all
- Full-time Labourer
-Maintained and repaired a variety of machinery big and small, prepared machines for customers and lifted them to their vehicles, or delivered them if necessary



References - ask for contact info


Allabroad Sailing Academy
Sailing School where I became a yachtmaster

Brimacombe Ski Hill
Kassie Geisberger: Lift Staff Manager

Outback Paintball
Ryan Muizelaar: Owner

Abbeywood United Van Lines
Kevin Shaw: Supervisor

sailingdog 12-12-2010 06:15 PM

I'd highly recommend not posting information like your phone number and your e-mail addresses on-line. I'd also recommend you read the POST in my signature.

ChrisHamilton 12-13-2010 08:23 AM

thanks for the tip mate, you work here or something?

sailingdog 12-13-2010 09:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChrisHamilton (Post 676275)
thanks for the tip mate, you work here or something?

No. I just hate seeing people get nailed by spammers and identity thieves. :D

BTW, if someone PM's you, you won't be able to reply until you have at least FIVE posts IIRC...so reply once more in this thread and you should be good to go.

billyruffn 12-13-2010 10:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChrisHamilton (Post 676275)
thanks for the tip mate, you work here or something?

Chris, don't let him kid you. Anyone who averages 8000 posts per year probably doesn't have a day job somewhere else. :)

ChrisHamilton 12-14-2010 04:22 AM

haha website expert doesn't count as a day job?

donradclife 12-14-2010 09:09 AM

Its kind of like the job you are looking for--neither pays...

ChrisHamilton 12-14-2010 11:45 AM

haha thanks for the inspiration, I'm just lookin to become a professional sailor before I start getting into mechanics and boatbuilding, just makes sense to me to learn how to sail em, then learn how to fix em, then learn how to make em, by the way you know any boat mechanics or boat builders?


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