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My Name is Maleko, I am 28 and am looking for a way into the world of sailing. I would like to hop ship out of San Diego headed south. I am incredibly hard working and very personable, If anyone knows of anything your input would be very welcome. Thanks everyone...
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Hello Maleko, are you in a hurry to leave?
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Do you have any sailing experience? If not then I would advise you to do some crewing on local boats. You will have a much better chance of getting a berth on an offshore trip if you know the basics. Good luck.
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It would also help if you said what other skills you have that make you valuable as crew. Can you fix/troubleshoot electrical, diesel, mechanical, rigging, plumbing problems? Are you certified in advanced first aid, CPR or as a Wilderness First Responder/EMT? Can you stand a nightwatch? Do you know how to plot a course, read a chart, use a handbearing compass?
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