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EXPLORE AND DIVE PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Yacht Seagoon is cruising remote PNG islands and reefs from 17th October 2004, join the boat in Misima Island, Milne Bay, PNG for at trip af a lifetime. Returning to Sydney, Australia via The Coral Sea with stopovers at reefs and islands. Arrive Sydney 8-12-04
for more info see www.geocities.com./svseagoon
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SAIL-DIVE PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Debbie and Scott Cundy

ADDRESS: Old Canowie School house, Section 523,
Whyte Yarcowie, South Australia 5420.
AUSTRALIA

CONTACT: US home: +1 954 525 9872
US cell: +954 554 9737
Australia home: +61 (0)8 86653268

EMAIL: Cundy@yacht-delivery-team.com

WEBSITE: www.yacht-delivery-team.com


DEBBIE SCOTT
NATIONALITY:
BRITISH AUSTRALIAN
RESIDENCY:
AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIAN
DATE OF BIRTH:
15th DEC. 1965 17th JAN. 1969
US VISA:
B1/B2 B1/B2
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH ENGLISH

Objective: To continue in the yachting industry together in a more permanent and challenging position. To secure a more settled lifestyle as opposed to the continuously changing delivery life. To build on and expand our experience in our chosen profession. Our ideal job would be to manage a vessel between 50 to 80 ft power or sail as Captain and Mate.

Maritime Qualifications: Both Debbie and Scott are holders of Master Mariner Class V Commercial and Trading issued by Transport SA



MARITIME EXPERIENCE: TEAM DEBBIE AND SCOTT

PROFESSIONAL YACHT DELIVERY TEAM JAN. 1997 – JUNE. 2004

More than 59 vessels Power and sail 32ft – 65ft including:
62ft luxury charter catamaran “S.Y. Sea Leopard” Capetown to Tortola *owners onboard
62ft luxury charter catamaran “More Amore” Capetown to Annapolis
46ft Powercat “M.V. Cheryl Anne II”, Tortola to Bahamas
65ft “S.Y. Nevermoore” Curacao to Belgium *owner onboard
65ft “S.Y. Nevermoore” Holland to Venezuela
40ft “S.Y. Mathmos” Annapolis to Grenada *owners onboard
53ft “S.Y. Kyamanzi” South Africa to UK via Cape Verde and Azores.
38ft new boat unnamed South Africa to Tonga via Panama
47ft “Dandelion” South Africa to New Zealand via Panama

Locations: 190,000nm in the worlds oceans, including 4 Trans pacific, over 20 Trans Atlantic and numerous inter island deliveries in the Caribbean Sea. Other sea areas include South coast of Australia, North Tasmania,North Sea, English Channel, Mediterranean, South African coast, Indian Ocean, Red sea, Bahamas, US East Coast and Baja California.

Duties: Pre delivery: Assume full responsibility for the vessel. Interview, instruct and select crew. Survey the vessel for sea worthiness, operation and any other issues. Liaise with owner/client, factory/broker and contractors to resolve any issues and confirm all documentation is correct. Prepare the vessel for delivery, safety, passage planning, provisioning, familiarize with vessel equipment, sea trial and test of all systems. On route: Managing the vessel including all aspects of navigation, maintenance, watch keeping, cleaning/detailing and crew care. Assist/instruct owner (if on board) as required. Post delivery: finalize documentation and provide full reports of delivery. Conduct owner’s checkout sea trail. Instruct owner/client in all aspects of vessel operation.
M.V. FANTASEA II, 135ft MATE AND HEAD HOSTESS JUN. 1995 – JAN.1996
Dive charter vessel
Location: Red Sea and Seychelles
Duties: Scott, Mate. Watch keeping, diver support, tender operator, supervise deck crew, vessel maintenance scheduling. Debbie, Head Hostess. Supervise interior crew. Interior detailing and maintenance, guest care, diver support.

Debbie
FURTHER MARITIME EXPERIENCE:

S.Y. SINBADsan 72ft STEWARDESS JUL. – OCT. 1996
Location: Turkish coast and Greek islands
Duties: Interior duties and guest care, provisioning.

S.Y. RHEA 92ft HOSTESS/DECKHAND MAY – JUN. 1996
Location: Turkish coast and Greek Islands
Duties: Interior duties and Guest care. Line and sail handling.

S.Y. DIONYSUS 37ft CREW MAR. – MAY 1996
Location: Seychelles to Turkey
Duties: All aspects of sailing.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
A.S.A. Teacher (Swimming)
A.S.A. Teacher for Aqua fit
A.S.A. Teacher Preliminary Teacher for the disabled

OTHER EXPERIENCES:
Debbie spent several years as a swimming instructor, and as a jewelry maker. Debbie also completed extensive travel before joining the Yachting industry.

INTERESTS:
Travel, reading, languages, snorkeling and photography.


Scott
FURTHER MARITIME EXPERIENCE: SCOTT

VARIOUS VESSELS 32ft – 150ft CREW JUL. 1993 – APR. 1995
Locations: North Sea, Irish sea, Red Sea, Indian Ocean and South Australian Gulf waters
Duties: Deckhand and watch keeper on mainly long distance voyages (12,000nm)

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
C.M.A.S. Diver 1996

OTHER EXPERIENCES:
Scott spent 4 years as an engineering draftsman in Australia before beginning his Yachting career.

INTERESTS:
Swimming, wildlife and travel


REFERANCES

Nick Irving, Director, Reliance Yacht Management
+44 (0)1252 378 239
nick@reliance-yachts.com

George Jefford, Purchasing, The Moorings
+1 727 524 6932
gjefford@mooringsnet.com
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