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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-19-2008 06:23 PM
ughmo2000 Thanks Paul, I'll check 'em out.

John, Persistence Hell! I just love to sail! And it's cheaper sailing other's boats.
I actually stay pretty busy sailing with up to a dozen deliveries a year. I'm lucky, I've met tons of interesting people, visited quite a few places, and have lots of friends in low places!

So... Who needs a good crewmember going anywhere?

05-19-2008 08:14 AM
PBzeer Cliff, I must commend your persistence. Don't know how much luck you have had in finding positions, but I do see your posts on quite a few boards. Best of luck.
05-19-2008 08:06 AM
PaulOWindsor Cliff :

Get in touch with the folks that run the West Marine Caribbean 1500 !!

They need guys like you for crew !!

05-19-2008 07:36 AM
Retired firefighter/paramedic, experienced crew

50y/o, retired firefighter/paramedic seeking short term cruising or delivery positions world-wide.

Clean, responsible, respectful of others and the boat. Don't know it all but experience on both E and W coasts of US and Mexico, G Lakes, ICW, Gulf, Bahamas, VI's, HI, Vancouver Is, trans-At (3), trans-Pac. Sail to 50', Power to 55'. Single and twin screw. Sloops, cutters, ketches, trawlers.

Good knowledge of navigation, diesel/gas engines, 12v, daily maintenance, cruise prep, provisioning, can even cook a bit. Have own gear, stand own watches, current US passport.. First-Aid, CPR, BCLS, ACLS, ASA, PADI.

CV and excellent references on request.


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