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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-09-2013 08:11 PM
myhandup
looking to crew from California to New Zealand to be with the love of my life

I have sailed only once but I am a quick learner. I am not asking for a free ride, I will work hard and do whatever is nessesary to get down there. I am a skilled mechanic, carpenter, and have done much electrical work as well as having many other building, construction and problem solving skills. I have been rock climbing for 14 years and have a good understanding of knots and am very strong and able bodied. I love to cook. I am an excellent communicator and have a good sense of humor. I have extensive tactical training, I went through a full California police academy recently and have done a number of other combat (hand to hand, edged weapons and firearms) training courses. I am very easy going and nonviolent, the training is only used to protect. I am very disaplined. I am first aid and cpr certified. I am a master practitioner of neurolinguistic programming. I am a very hard worker and extremely motivated. The two characteristic I hold most important in myself are my honor and integrity. The reason I want to go to New Zealand specifically is that the love of my life is there and I am going down to be with her, The other reason is the adventure of sailing has been something I have always wanted to do. Despite my limited sailing experience I know I will be a valuable asset on your crew. My name is Gabriel David Stohl, I am a 28 year old male. myhandup @gmail.com. Thank you

 
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