Working and Crewing on Boats
<HTML><!-- eWebEditPro 220.127.116.11 --><FONT face=Arial><P>I would like to work/crew on a boat for year or so. Where and how do I start?</FONT><FONT face="Times New Roman"> </FONT></P><B><FONT face=Arial><P>Dan Dickison responds:</P></B><P>One of the best steps toward getting yourself involved in the sport of sailingwhether it's cruising or racingis to go online at SailNet and make use of the various options within our Members' Center. We have e-mail lists, message boards, personal pages, and chat sessions. If you take a look at these and post a message indicating your interests, you'll be doing the contemporary equivalent of sending a message in a bottle. You never know who will pick up on it, but it's worth a try. Just log on to the website (</FONT><A class=articlelink href="http://www.sailnet.com/"><FONT face=Arial>www.sailnet.com</FONT></A><FONT face=Arial>) and look under Members' Center on the left hand rail of the homepage.</P><P>Other than that you can run an ad in regional boating publications or check with charter brokers to see which, if any, of the crewed charter boats they work with have vacancies for crew. I hope this information helps you.</FONT><FONT face=Arial size=2> </P></FONT><FONT face=Arial><P><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 align=center border=0><TBODY><TR><TD height=8></TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=center><A href="http://www.sailnet.com/store/item.cfm?pid=10471"><IMG height=100 src="http://www.sailnet.com/images/content/authors/ddcksn/122200_adsn_cuisine.gif" width=320 border=0></A></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><P> </P></FONT></HTML>
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