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10-21-2000 11:16 AM
daviejones
looking for crew

Dear miss,
I have been sailing since I was about 11 years old and am currently a 21 year old girl. I live on the coast of Vancouver Island and have navigated around it several times. I am currently in Banff, Alberta Canada, but miss the brimy sea everyday. I would be willing to work hard on your deck and hope to hear from you. Helms lee!
10-07-2000 01:31 AM
seerose
looking for crew

Also try the crewfinder at http://www.cruiser.co.za/crewfinder.asp
10-03-2000 11:09 AM
BRENTONE
looking for crew

CREW REQUIRED FOR NEW BENETEAU 331 10MT. YACHT.

Must be experienced, keen and non-smoker

Visit
www.sailingcrew.btinternet.co.uk
for full information.

Send personal and experience details to Tony Tully email sailingcrew@btinternet.com
10-02-2000 02:07 PM
JRPetersen
looking for crew

Your posting in sailnet caught my attention. If you need crew (or know someone who does), I just started a 12 month sabbatical from my corporate job. I''m a seasoned coastal cruiser and club racer, experienced on yachts up to 50 feet. I''m self sufficient, good natured and capable. I want to gain additional experience this fall before buying a boat next spring. Please feel free to e-mail or call me 616 849 1408.
10-02-2000 07:28 AM
Seabuilder
looking for crew

Retired Ft. Myers liveaboard ( on Morgan 382) planning to sail to Mexico, Belize, and Honduras in Jan 2001 for 4-5 mos. cruise. Looking for 2-3 experienced sailors, men and/or women, to go along and share expenses.
09-30-2000 11:43 AM
MJF
looking for crew

Hellow
Lastunicorn!!! I almost gave up the search for you, glad to see your well!!
I`m 56 years old semi-retired UK resident,with a love of boats and sailing.Perhaps we could share an adventure together.The Bahamas sounds good to me, looking forward to your reply.
kind regards Mike
09-23-2000 04:07 PM
alajuela38
looking for crew

Hello,

I''m currently cruising single-handed aboard my Alajuela 38 in Southeast Alaska. Before long I''ll need to put her away in a safe place for the winter and head south to warmer climates. I''m going to Mexico in December but I have to say that a few months in the Bahamas aboard a sailboat sure sounds good! If you are interested in discussing this more please contact me at alajuela38@aol.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
09-18-2000 06:47 PM
hiatus
looking for crew

Hello-
I''ve recently sold my C&C33, and am retired. I NEED to cruise. Am thuinking of chartering in the Cheasapeak in Oct. I''d love to spend some time cruising the Bahamas. Don''t think I could take the entire time of your cruise, but would consider a part. Extensive 45 year sailing/racing/cruising experience (including teaching).
09-11-2000 08:08 PM
cdc
looking for crew

Hello. I have 21 yrs experience and have been teaching sailing full time this past summer. I am 33 yrs old and looking for winter sailing opportunities. This past winter I spent 3 months offshore sailing from Muscat Oman to Antalya Turkey. this trip took me down the Arabian Sea and up the Length up the Red Sea. I have 5000 Sea Miles and quit my "REal Life" jobs to pursue sailing as a way of life and career full time. Please contact me if this suits your needs or please pass on my info to friends.
thanks for your time.
Dave Creelman
Bye for now!
09-11-2000 06:03 PM
cwood33
looking for crew

Crew Wanted: Chesapeake to Palm Beach FL. On Private Piolot House Motor Sailor. Leaving Earl Oct. 2000. Shering some out of pocket costs. Please Call 301 986 5609
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