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Pro Crew for hire. Capt + Cook/Nanny

I have a 100 ton captain's license with sail, tow and BST/STCW training. I have sailed the West Coast from BC to Baja several times in sailboats ranging from 30' to 134', and worked aboard tugboats, ferries and whale watching boats there as well. Also sailed BVI and parts of New England and Hawaii.

He has lifeguard, wilderness first aid and dive training. He is also a cook, a sailor, a preschool teacher, a musician, artist, surfer, and bilingual, with a degree focusing on multicultural arts for children.

If you or anyone you know is looking for a captain + cook/nanny team, we will be available to work as of February 2011. We come with excellent references.
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Hi banjolove

We are looking for Captain and Chef-mate to run a private Yacht charter based in the USVIs.

The details:
Searching for experienced Captain and Chef-mate with mature outlook to cater to established, professional clientele

- Jeanneau SO45 Monohull 3 cabin 3 heads, Books 2-4 PAX charters in VIs
- Successful Charter Yacht booked by industry’s top Brokers, based in the USVIs
- Prestigious fully equipped amenities.
- Known for the gourmet meal presentation
- Live aboard option.
- Start date TBD
- US Citizenship required
- ASA instructor preferred

If interested, please send your resume and sailing references to adellacorte at sbcglobal dot net. @ and . changed to prevent spam.

Thanks.

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You know, it's cool to see this kind of thing taking shape without the whole gauntlet of 1000 queries thing that usually happens.

Let us all know how this works out. Seems like a good hook-up.
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Hi AnniDC,
We meet all of those requirements and are definitely interested. I'll forward our resume tomorrow. Thank You for the response!

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Hi Kim,
Thanks for the reply.
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