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Beaufort, NC to Tortola, BVI via Culebra, PR - January 6/7/8

Crew wanted to join for January 6 (weather permitting) departure from Beaufort, NC to Tortola, BVI and Culebra, PR on C&C 37R.

Can stay on boat until January 25, will sail back to Culebra around 24th.

Must be able to keep watch and helm. Cooking a plus. Share food and drink cost.

Fast, but spartan boat. Sat phone on deck. Please have some experience in ocean sailing.

Email at bartoszbilinski/at/gmail/dot/com

Thanks.
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how about incidentals like travel to beaufort,fuel fees,entry fees and return ticket to beaufort?oh and do you require uniforms
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If the weather gets rough and you lose electrical power, is the crew permitted to activate the EPIRB for a coast guard "rescue", even if this means smashing your beautiful yacht into the side of a freighter in the process?
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how about incidentals like travel to beaufort,fuel fees,entry fees and return ticket to beaufort?oh and do you require uniforms
Oh yeah sawingknots, I got about 1750 wipes and, who knows, probably dozen diapers left over from crew requiring and requesting incidentials.

No, uniforms disgust my liberal sight.

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If the weather gets rough and you lose electrical power, is the crew permitted to activate the EPIRB for a coast guard "rescue", even if this means smashing your beautiful yacht into the side of a freighter in the process?

James, please choose some other hobby.
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Blanc: you are going to get wet! Good news is you you will be in the gulf stream as soon as you leave Beaufort so it will be warm.

You can check sailopodotcom for crew if SN doesnt work out. Free service.
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what do you mean ablebodied experinced seamen aren't clawing to get onboard?you get what you bargan for,i for one am not overly axious to entrust my hide to ship aboard with a skipper of dubius skill or common sence with or without cost sharing
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what do you mean ablebodied experinced seamen aren't clawing to get onboard?you get what you bargan for,i for one am not overly axious to entrust my hide to ship aboard with a skipper of dubius skill or common sence with or without cost sharing
While you apparently lack ability to read, I certainly appreciate your comments.
Since we already know that you are not fit on this deck, keep spending your time by computer screen and polish your superb seamanship skills by trolling on forums.


Merry Christmas sawingknots.
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I sailed (both raced and cruised) a C&C37+ for 10 years and did a few off-shore races. I would not consider that boat a serious off-shore boat. By sparten do you mean no radar, no lfe raft, no weather routing, no dodger? What is the skipper's experience on the boat on far off-shore sailing? You do know that you will probably experience strong fronts aabout every 3-5 days that time of year. At this moment here in Sint maarten we are experiencing the Christmas winds over 30kts with 15 ft seas. That C&C will pound hard enough to loosen your dental fillings.
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While you apparently lack ability to read, I certainly appreciate your comments.
Since we already know that you are not fit on this deck
you got that right!!!
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