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04-25-2014 06:30 PM
EliotR
Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

I would love to crew! I'm heading down to Saint John this Wednesday and sailing back an45' Hylas. I have some experience racing . Would love to chat. Call me before Wednesday at 917-543-1057 or email me at eliotrosenthal at gmail
04-24-2014 11:31 PM
Joe Hartmann
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

Super Interested!

Hey Loki! Not much sailing experience but I am an Arborist for the USDA so I am very familiar with ropes and knots. I also am an avid kitesurfer so I have the elementary version of sailing concepts sorta figured out...I'de make the time so please feel free to call or email if any space is still available. I live in the Queens.
04-17-2014 10:22 AM
DougFromBuf
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

Jeff,
I tried to reply to your PM. I'm a new member and I need more posts before I can respond to your PM. Can you shoot me a PM with your email so I can email you my contact info? Thanks for the accommodation and my apologies for the inconvenience.

Regards,
Doug
04-16-2014 11:40 PM
Loki9
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

Thanks for the responses so far, please keep them coming as there is no such thing as too long a crew list.

I just sent out PMs to those who responded above, please check your inboxes.

-Jeff Taylor
04-16-2014 10:45 AM
sparouse
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

I'm interested in the wednesday nights. Weekends i'm racing out of larchmont. i work in syosset, so OB is close. 10 years racing experience on Herreshoff S boats.
04-14-2014 04:30 PM
DougFromBuf
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

Loki,
I'm very interested. I'd be available mostly for weekends and maybe a Wednesday night or two if you're in a pinch. I work/live in the City, so I'd have to sneak out of the office early but have wheels to get out to Oyster Bay. I have a couple ASA certs, raced beer can in Buffalo in high school and have some J24 and 420 racing experience but don't have a huge amount of racing experience. Non racing, I have sailed on various boats in NY area, the great lakes and out of Brighton in the English channel. I'm 27 years old a bigger guy and usually grind/trim but have no aversion to any role. I just love to be out there. Hope to hear from you!

Cheers,
Doug
04-11-2014 12:44 PM
Silk Purse
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

I am happy to join in on some Wed evenings, but not sure i can commit every week.

I skipper a 28 O'Day in Port Washington, but my boat isn't made for racing, lol

Stefany
04-11-2014 01:22 AM
prettyredcars
Re: Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

I would love too! Rocky point based, got experience and the passion, however I'm only available on weekends, which may or may not be a problem.
04-11-2014 12:57 AM
Loki9
Crew wanted for sailing/racing in Long Island Sound

I skipper a Baltic 38DP out of Oyster Bay, NY and I am seeking additional crew for the 2014 racing season. We will be racing Wednesday evenings around the cans in Oyster Bay and competing in weekend distance races in and around Long Island Sound.

I met a great couple through a posting here once before. They had no experience when they started sailing with me and they now own their own boat, which is why I need additional crew . Men, women, young, old, beginner or experienced, all are welcomed. The only requirement is a passion for sailing.

 
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