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07-16-2002 03:15 PM
Hardworking, energeic, experienced female available to crew!

Hi! I am looking for a crewing position for the rest of this summer. I enjoy working with and getting to know new people, I love traveling and sailing is a real passion of mine! I am willing and eager to learn anything thats needed. I am a very amiable, outgoing, hardworking, mature 19 yr. old young woman. I speak Intermediate level Spanish, and I am also a Nationally Registered EMT. I am at the tail end of a gap-year in which I worked and traveled abroad and crewed on various boats. I will be returning to Hobart and William Smith Colleges at the end of August. I do not smoke, drink, or do drugs. Extensive references available . Ideally would like a paid position to earn money for school, but if expenses are covered and its the right position, I''ll consider it.
Licenses Held: CYA-Basic Cruising, NREMT (National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians)
Phone: 603-801-0194
3/7/01-3/15/01 /40’Hunter/Crew-deckhand/approx.200miles/From Vancouver, BC, to Port Sydney and back to Vancouver; 12/01/01-12/03/01/41’Swanson/deckhand&cook/ 200miles/Miami, FL to Nassau, Bahamas;
12/6/01-1/13/02 /41’Morgan Out island/crew-deckhand and cook/420miles/Nassau to George Town, Bahamas, to Miami, FL; 4/23/02-5/1/02/82’Schooner/worker-sanding, varnish, etc. to prepare it for sailing again./0miles/Royal Navel Dockyards, Bermuda
5/4/02-5/8/02 /46’Swan/crew & stood watches/670miles/Delivery from Bermuda to Newport, RI; 5/13/02-6/5/02 /42’ Catalina/crew-deckhand/515miles/ From Newport, down the Long Island Sound, with stops, to NYC, back up to CT, MA, and back to Newport, RI; 7/13/02 & 7/14/02/ 45'' Beneteau/racing crew, Seguin Is. Trophy Cup/Southport, ME
I hope to hear from you!
CHeers for now,

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