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Old 04-28-2011
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Crew Bonaire to UK

We are seeking one or two athletic crew members for a 8 month cruise from Bonaire in the Dutch Antilles to the UK via Cartagena, Grand Cayman, Roatan, Mexico, Miami, New York and Cork.

The cruise starts in September 2011 and will end in July 2012.

The ideal candidate would be a non-smoker with reasonable sailing skills and good boat fixing skills as they will be needed to help supervise boat work in Cartagena.

Spanish fluency would be helpful but not essential.

The boat is a well equipped 55ft blue water boat with very experienced owners.

There will be lots of scuba diving and shore time as this is a cruise and not a delivery.

The position is unpaid but we pay all on-board expenses.

You must be visa eligible for the USA.

If interested please PM me with a brief resume.

Phil
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Hi Phil,

My name is Ramses, I'm from Belgium but traveling around since almost one year. My travel started in Mexico. I went all the way down (on land) to Portobelo (Panama) from where I sailed to Cartagena, crossing the San Blas Archipel. I checked out some parts of Colombia. Since january I'm living in Venezuela.

I speak fluently English, Spanish and Dutch. Some French and German as well. So at least I would be a good translater on the way

I have to admit that my sailing experience is little. Everybody says: I learn fast, but I can really say it: I learn fast and I'm really willing to learn more about sailing and maintain the boat. (I grew up on a farm, so I DON'T have two left hands

I like to talk to people about travels, travel myself, ... but the reason why I'm traveling is to experience as much as possible and to learn from everybody who wants to explain or teach me something.

I graduated 2 years ago as a Social-Cultural Worker and 1 year ago as a Sociologist.

About the Visa for USA, that's not a problem.

If you have more questions, don't hesitate to contact me!
ramsessanty athotmaildotcom

Hope to hear something from you,

Sincerely,

Ramses Santy
PS: for one or another reason I couldn't send you a private message, probably because I'm quite new on this website... Sorry
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