Thanks for the replies and words of comfort lol.
Yes - actually, my first instinct was to get the hell out of there, the only reason why I stayed was because there were already two crew members on board, and after talking with them, it all seemed we were in the same "boat", and that we could actually get this thing to do the job.
As for the boat, it really wasn't a POS. It was just torn apart on the inside because of the needed room for engine instalation. the boat was built for offshore sailing and it looked great for the job.
The captain, I will not post his name or the boat's name, but hint, you can find it on the "wanted crew" section in sailnet where I was recruited if you really want to.
The situation was a little more complicated than to say he was just an *******, just a very disorganized person. He also had some personal problems at the time which probably contributed to this mess.
I would go to sea with him any day still, he's a very experienced captain, but a very poor organizer.
labat, The marine we were in was Kingston, Roundout Yacht Basin.
Eitherway, I was pissed off, and it was a nightmare of an experience
Giu - Sure, I'll come. But I request 3 meals a day, along with regular entertainment