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After 7 years in the Caribbean/Central America/USA have decided to return to Europe. Will be leaving Florida late May heading to Bermuda, Azores and Northern Spain. Husband and Wife aboard 41ft yacht - Crossed Atlantic both ways before. 3rd crew member would be welcome for any/all legs.

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UOTE=Tinawburgess;700075]After 7 years in the Caribbean/Central America/USA have decided to return to Europe. Will be leaving Florida late May heading to Bermuda, Azores and Northern Spain. Husband and Wife aboard 41ft yacht - Crossed Atlantic both ways before. 3rd crew member would be welcome for any/all legs.

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I am interested in the leg of your trip from the Azores to Spain or from Bermuda to the Azores. I have done the trip from Bermuda before but did not get to visit the Azores becuase I had to return to work the same day I arrived in Flores. I can send me sailing resume and references. I am male, nonsmoker, with good ocean sailing experience. I am new to sailnet so not sure how best to contact you. My email is mpb56054 at yahoo dot com

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Couple Interested

Would you consider a couple in their late forty's for your third crew?

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Hi Tina,

My name is Jeff. I'm very interested in the opportunity you present. I live in Seattle and am anxious to get out for a little adventure and would love to get back to Spain. I spent this past summer working as a deckhand on a 62 foot yawl, taking kids and teens around the San Juan Islands and up the Strait of Georgia. I've got basic skills and will work hard for you. I'm 29-years-old and physically fit. Perhaps we could discuss this further. Take care!

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Hi, I would be very interested in crewing on your trip. I don't have a lot of recent experience and most that I do have is day sailing in the Chesapeake. However, I am a hard worker, dependable, and can get along with most anyone even under demanding situations. I also am pretty handy when it comes to carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and engines. If you give me a chance I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

Obviously I can furnish references and my resume upon request.

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53 year old retired firefighter/paramedic. Clean, responsible, non-smoker. Have all my own gear. Good knowledge of navigation, diesel/gas engines, 12v, daily maintenance, cruise prep, provisioning, can even cook a bit. Five trans-ocean crossings, full east and west coasts of US and Mexico, Bahamas, VI's, etc. CV and extensive references on request.

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Crew available, 100% commited

Hi,

I'm very interested in crewing aboard your boat for this trip if you're still looking, available immediately, 100% commited. Was due to leave Ft Lauderdale for Lisbon aboard a similiar boat on the 3rd of June but the skipper had a family emergency which forced the cancellation of the trip.

I'm a 27 year old engineering grad student, decent amount of Canadian lake sailing experience on 20 to 40 foot boats but no offshore experience.
Raised in Italy so I make some pretty good pasta and risotto. Speak a bunch of languages, get along well with just about everybody.

Hope to hear from you!

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How does one wade through all the competition for crewing?

Is there any hope?
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