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Tortola Bareboat Feb 23 or 24

Last minute forced cancelation of my 1st mate. Sailing out of Tortola on 2/23, all boat expenses are covered including beverages. Just looking for a crewmate who would enjoy a week in the BVI... will provide more details if schedule works and you have an interest.
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Hi,
I hold a USCG 50T Master with Sail endorsement, ASA instructor and current TWIC, ISAF SaS, STCW, CPR, First Aid/AED and drug screen credentials.
I am also a certified SCUBA diver and private pilot.

My experience ranges from Laser Pico dingy to 12M AC Grand Prix yachts, one designs and displacement cruisers. I am very familiar with east coast waters and routes from MA to FL (outside and ICW) as well as the Bahamas and the Caribbean. I spent 3 months teaching on-the-water bareboat chartering last season in the BVI.
I specialize in helping new owners learn to sail their boat and I will assume any role that you wish.
Excellent mechanical/electrical skills.


I am located in NY/NJ but will travel!
Available for charter, crew, instruction and deliveries.
Please reply directly to the email below if your need still exists and you want a professional.
Cheers,

Steve Tuccio
908-419-8611
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steven.tuccio at us.army dot mil
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I'm a laid back, lazy old coot that's been gunk-holing for the past 40 years. I've bareboated out of Tortola in 2002. I don't talk much but I love sailing and know how to stay out of trouble and deal with it when I have to. Take it easy and have fun!
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