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Smile Irish YM available for Transat mid-May

We are 3 Irish Commercial Yachtmasters (offshore) available to sail back to Europe from Antigua (or nearby island). We are available from mid-May 2011. We sailed over on an 80ft sloop in Dec/Jan and each have over 10000nm (sail). All also hold Advanced Powerboat and STCW95. We are a competent and well complemented crew, we sail Fiona's 40ft Beneteau 1st when we are all home. Below is a little about each of us when were not doing yacht deliveries:
Fionnuala: Electrical Engineer and has worked offshore in ocean energy and underwater robotics. Also a swimming and lifesaving instructor.
Fiona: Drives the Bere island ferry and works on the pilot boat for the Whiddy Island oil terminal. Currently preparing to race in RBI Challenge. Oceanmaster Theory.
Noel: 25 years experience at sea, on fishing vessels prior to sailing. Was First Mate on a 90ft fishing trawler out of Baltimore, Ireland.

Contact atlanticyachtdeliveries at gmail com
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