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Hi, I may be needing crew for the run from Newport to Antigua, SXM,? Looking to leave mid-Oct.
She is a beautiful 66'' McCurdy designed, PJ built ketch. Built in ''74 of aluminum and featured in CLASSIC YACHT INTERIORS as S/V REBEL, she is a true classic. She is an incredible joy to sail and handles light air as easily as she brought us through 65kts and 2 days of 55'' seas. With electric winches and hydraulic furling, the most difficult task is to get crew off watch.
I need a realtively "experienced" crew. Everything will be provided for the trip; provisions(white or wheat, butter or margarine), foul weather gear and travelling expenses. If you''re interested drop a line to oz_hole@hotmail.com with "crew" in subject header.
Thanks, Oz

Take a look at her on my personal page.
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Don''t need the foul weather gear, will bring own. Is your start date firm or is there some leeway? Extensive off shore experience, 50 ton mater , good on nav, maint., and all aspects of sail handling.
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Don''t need the foul weather gear, will bring own. Is your start date firm or is there some leeway? Extensive off shore experience, 50 ton mater , good on nav, maint., and all aspects of sail handling.
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