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04-27-2012 08:13 PM
Re: St Maarten ( leave 14th May) or Panama (late May) to Tahiti or Cooks

I am interested in being your crew. Could I email you the cv?

First a US Customs officer then lawyer. Exc health, some sailing but much travel. Clean record, no financial needs.
04-21-2012 07:00 AM
St Maarten ( leave 14th May) or Panama (late May) to Tahiti or Cooks

We are looking for an easy going, reliable third crew on a Beneteau 50 for the trip of a lifetime. Some experience is a benefit but not imperative but you must be sure that you do not suffer from seasickness and are physically and mentally in good shape. Personality and compatibility are the two main factors in our choice so we would like to meet you in person first - we realise this limits our choice only to those who are in the area or prepared to travel. We need someone who is keen to contribute and learn, has a willing attitude and a sense of humour.
The two crew are NewZealanders, Nigel the skipper is very experienced blue water sailor. Anticipated arrival in Tahiti is late July
No smokers. No alcohol on board.
Please send your CV etc to fewtrellATfewtrell DOT co DOT nz. Thanks.

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