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03-26-2009 07:59 PM
JT101
We have enough crew

We have enough crew now, but just incase of cancellations, feel free to give me your details.

And for those detectives out there trying to prove me a fake, keep up the good work
03-26-2009 09:22 AM
JohnRPollard Mr. Wombat,

I wondered the same thing at first, but then I read his other post to the Crew Wanted forum (quoted below) and it did seem to jive okay with this one. Or am I naive?


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Originally Posted by JT101 View Post
Hi! English backpacker with sailing experience looking to help crew on a boat to Asia

Please contact me if you need a fun and interesting crew member. Iím a bit of a jack of all trades, mechanical, artistic, can turn my hand to anything.

Crewing Experience: Fiji - New Cal (Oct 07, 14days, 2 crew, 14m monohull) & New Cal - N.Z. (Dec 07, 12 days, 4 crew, 17m catamaran)
Recently sailed 4 days on a cargo ship from N.Z. to OZ, and some shore sailing on small boats in OZ

I would like to go to Bali, bur I am definitely open to alternatives

About me: English, male, 29, Engineer, speak english, german & french, fun, friendly & reliable.

Ready to depart asap

Please contact me (James) at:

roddersf1@yahoo.co.uk or 0421591146
03-25-2009 06:34 PM
tdw Why is it that this sounds suspicious ?

"I have found a position" then goes on to try and sell berths. OK, so it's cheap as chips but me, I don't like the sound of it.

Feels like one of those "I've just found a great new product, you should buy one too" posts.

If people cannot be straight right from the start.....you have to wonder don't you ?
03-25-2009 03:25 PM
sailingdog At $15 per day, the food better be awfully good... That's over $100 per week... and I can provision my boat for a hell of a lot less than that.
03-25-2009 09:23 AM
JT101
CREW WANTED FOR AUSTRALIA - ASIA (reply before end march)

Hi

I have found a position on boat sailing from Australia to Indonesia, then onto Singapore, Malaysia & finally Thailand.

Approx costs & timeline: $15/day covering food & fuel. 4 weeks to Bali (indonesia), 6-8 weeks to Singapore, 8-10 weeks to Malaysia or Thailand.

Requirements: Travel insurance, social pass tourist visa for Indonesia to be arranged beforehand

Normally it is $20/day, but with more people it is less, hence me asking for additional crew.


For more details contact me

James 0421591146, roddersf1@yahoo.co.uk

NEED TO KNOW BEFORE END OF MARCH

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