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08-04-2010 06:33 PM
apal85
Looking to crew!

I hope this is still be looked at by you Jim!!

I am 25 and moved to California just about a year ago but was sidelined witha shoulder injury. I grew up around big boat sailing and crewed FJ's and 420's in college (about 2 years ago) and wouk LOVE to get back into competitive racing. I live in Marina del Rety but love San Diego and have no problem making the short trip for a day on the water .

Hope to hear from you!!

- Alexis
08-04-2010 06:31 PM
apal85 I hope this is still be looked at by you Jim!!

I am 25 and moved to California just about a year ago but was sidelined witha shoulder injury. I grew up around big boat sailing and crewed FJ's and 420's in college (about 2 years ago) and wouk LOVE to get back into competitive racing. I live in Marina del Rety but love San Diego and have no problem making the short trip for a day on the water .

Hope to hear from you!!

- Alexis
06-23-2010 12:54 PM
Surfin009 Hi Jim-

My name is Corey. I have been sailing several times and want very much to learn all I can about how to actually sail! I work freelance and am available most days. I am 24 yrs old, 150lbs and very hard working. If you ever have an opening for a rookie crew member I would very much appreciate the invitation! Feel free to PM for phone number or email address.

Thank you!
Corey
05-30-2010 02:40 AM
pfreire Hi Jim,

I would love to crew on your boat in any race. I've been looking for a crewing position around the San Diego area for awhile now.
I'm 28 years old, single and have plenty of time to spend practicing during the weekends or after work during week days.
I have some experience sailing a hunter 23' my family had back on the east coast awhile back, and racing lasers when I was younger. I haven't sailed in awhile, but would love to get back into it as I'm planning on buying my own boat in the near future. Hope we can meet, have some fun out there, and win some races.
thanks,
Pedro
05-28-2010 07:58 PM
ericread Let me know if you need any crew over the Memorial Day weekend. I'd be glad to crew.

Eric Read
05-07-2010 07:20 PM
mfreddo PM Sent
04-30-2010 07:23 PM
JimB517
still looking!

I'm still looking. I have a race 5/15 in San Diego Bay and a race Mission Bay - Oceanside - overnight party at the yacht club - Oceanside - San Diego over Memorial Day weekend.

No experience necessary.

Will train.

Practice any day after work or on any weekend.

Learn every position.

One to two races per month.

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04-27-2010 02:49 PM
JimB517
Hi Luke

Luke, great, you are just the kind of guy I'm looking for. Hope we can become friends and sail together. I sent you a private email.
04-26-2010 05:30 PM
AlaskaChowd Hi Jim,
Saw your post seeking crew for racing. Here's the bio/resume I have posted at Lats&Atts now, which I'll likely post here on Sailnet shortly:

Greetings! I'm 44 years old, 6'2", 225 pounds, don't smoke. Reasonably intelligent: have a degree from a good college. Fit and athletic: played sports for a living briefly after graduation (now it's running and triathlons). I'm also a licensed extra-class ham radio operator, for what that's worth.
I grew up sailing my Hobie Cat off the beach in front of my home in Massachusetts, then crewed in local yacht club races (on the foredeck though I haven't handled a spinnaker since) during and after college. I also crewed on a couple of November East Coast deliveries at that time too: Maine to Connecticut, Massachusetts to Florida (via offshore and part of the ICW). Breezed through several ASA classes recently and did a four-day trip from San Diego out to Catalina and back -- and was gratified to find out that I still knew what I was doing after having lived for many years in the Rockies and Alaska.
Now I'm taking some time off after a corporate gig and am interested in anything: crewing on a delivery, cruising a bit, racing, whatever. I would especially love to connect on a longer, offshore passage in an effort to get more experience as I resume a life in sailing. I'm available beginning May 3 and can get anywhere on pretty short notice (though given airfares would welcome advance notice).

I live in Solana Beach (just off the 5, by the racetrack) and would love to crew if you're in need (except, naturally, this weekend: I'll be out of town).
Best,
Luke
04-19-2010 08:58 PM
Sailin4life
Many Thanks!

Thanks for the reply, JimB517! I'm waiting to hear from some family living down in the that area, and depending on their reply, I may have help or I may be looking to make my way on my own. In the meantime, work is scarce here, so I'm trying to keep 'afloat' just staying where I am. All the best and have fun!
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