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07-27-2004 02:21 PM
VoyageOfHope
Crew Needed for Curcumnavigation

The Voyage Of Hope, a 28ft sailboat circumnavigating the globe spreading a message of stroke awareness, is looking for one competent crewmate for the next ocean bound leg. This trip has some sponsors and media attention because of its message regarding the prevention of strokes. Please check out The Voyage of Hope web site to get all the details www.voyageofhope.org
Would require learning/sharing all duties on this Newport 28 and this is an unpaid position.
Les: Age 39 started in Annapolis, MD now in the Caribbean enroute to the Panama Canal–He should be in Colon (outside canal) around Aug 10. Upcoming route thru Dec. is Panama Canal /Galapagos /Fr. Poly /Cook Islands /Samoa /Tonga /New Zealand. Looking for crew ideally for all the way to New Zealand and beyond if things worked out, but shorter legs might work. Crew must be comfortable on a 28ft boat (non-luxurious but excellent communications, safety gear)and can cover their own expenses (food, visas, land excursions and return passage costs). Looking for reasonably easy going and honest adventurer who is physically, mentally up for a challenge. Some references would be required.
Interested? If you’re able to (realistically, please!!) consider this opportunity, send msg w/more info about you and your sailing experience, when you''d be ready to go, etc., how long of a commitment you can make, along with phone ctc and Cpt. Les Bissell will be in touch.
Thanks for your time and fair winds,
Sally
Crew Coordinator
The Voyage of Hope

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