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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-05-2010 05:37 PM
sailingdog Be aware that Halberdier is not looking for crew, but for people to share his sailing adventures as you will be paying for the privilege. As such, this may constitute chartering the boat rather than crewing and the legal situation may be slightly different than going as unpaid, non-contributing crew.

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As we share the fun, we share the sailing, cooking, cleaning, etc. to your abilities and skills. We decide, as a group, the itinerary, how much sailing or motoring we do, the meals, the entertainment, etc. As I, the captain, has some legal responsibility of your safety, I may override the group’s decisions because of weather or mechanical breakdown.
10-22-2009 12:26 PM
ngranovski How about Nordhavn 47 boating as a companion?


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Originally Posted by ramminjammin View Post
Would like to gain sailing experience:crusing, offshore and / or racing.

I own and sail a Tartan 30 tall rig, and I crew on a cc 39 with skipper Orval Banfield , who is a retired captain of the Bluenose II. My great ,great, grandfather; Thomas Hastings, was Captain of HMS Excellent, and an Admiral in the Royal Navy . I am from the same coast as Joshua Slocum and sail out of LaHave Nova Scotia.
I've been professionally employed in the forests of Nova Scotia for 24 years; am semi-retired and fully retiring Jan 1, 2012, now it is time to follow my true calling !
I am 46 years old , honorable and trustworthy, a strong / athletic, 6 ft 2 ", 215 lbs , educated, dedicated, and competitive.
I am a thrill seeker : fast ; cars, motorcycles, boats, sports, poker, etc. I do not smoke, drink, or do drugs.
09-23-2009 09:02 AM
ramminjammin
crew person available

Would like to gain sailing experience:crusing, offshore and / or racing.

I own and sail a Tartan 30 tall rig, and I crew on a cc 39 with skipper Orval Banfield , who is a retired captain of the Bluenose II. My great ,great, grandfather; Thomas Hastings, was Captain of HMS Excellent, and an Admiral in the Royal Navy . I am from the same coast as Joshua Slocum and sail out of LaHave Nova Scotia.
I've been professionally employed in the forests of Nova Scotia for 24 years; am semi-retired and fully retiring Jan 1, 2012, now it is time to follow my true calling !
I am 46 years old , honorable and trustworthy, a strong / athletic, 6 ft 2 ", 215 lbs , educated, dedicated, and competitive.
I am a thrill seeker : fast ; cars, motorcycles, boats, sports, poker, etc. I do not smoke, drink, or do drugs.

 
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