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NoDestination 03-12-2009 04:01 PM

Captain wanted
 
My brother, a buddy, and I plan on sailing from Ft, Lauderdale to the Virgins come this Nov. Great lakes sailing experience with my Hunter 23. In the process of purchasing another boat that would take us to the Virgins, while we learn more on the great lakes over this summer. Either through the thorny path or north Bahamas over and down route. Looking for someone who has done this route before. Who would be safe, and very experienced. We are all going to be 23 year olds college grads. and all very ambitious and open for professional guidance. Ounce in the Virgins you would fly home and we would handle it from there. Unpaid. But very fun. Anyone out there interested??

Yamsailor 03-12-2009 04:29 PM

Contact Captain Keith Jackson
Jackson Sailing Adventures

(..disclosure: I am not Keith Jackson nor am I an employee of Keith Jackson) He is a good Captain.

Allanbc 03-12-2009 04:52 PM

I've heard of a guy called Captain Ron. Seems like a fun guy. :laugher

Boasun 03-12-2009 05:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Allanbc (Post 461314)
I've heard of a guy called Captain Ron. Seems like a fun guy. :laugher

Captain Wolf Larsen is good also.

NoDestination 03-12-2009 06:40 PM

Does anyone have captain Rons number??

"If we get lost we will just pull in somewheres and asks directions"

HaHaHa

We are serious about this, and want to do it right. Meaning safely

mccary 03-12-2009 06:54 PM

Hey, I don't have his email address but you should get in touch with Captain Ron. You will have a blast! Watch out for the "Gorillas"!

lastconch 03-12-2009 09:59 PM

If your serious you wouldn't be asking someone to take the responsibility for a vessel with four 20 somethings, who need to be taught the hard lessons of the sea for FREE.

WanderingStar 03-13-2009 09:09 AM

List in the "crew wanted" section of this forum. Describe what you want, interview carefully. Fair winds.

imagine2frolic 03-13-2009 09:16 AM

I have gone as far south as Crooked Island. Read the book, and listen to the weather. It's not hard to get south. Sometimes you just have to practice patience. Sit out some weather, and do some exploring while doing so.

Now the return trip is a piece of cake. We went from St. Maarten to Daytona, and it was a wonderful sail........i2f


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