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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-02-2010 07:22 AM
jim0123r thanks to all who responded. we have found our great crew. good luck to everyone else in your quest for more offshore time!
03-23-2010 04:07 PM
nailbunnySPU No sweat, I'm only interested if you can't go. I don't want a nemesis out on the open sea.
03-23-2010 12:30 PM
bacq2bacq
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Originally Posted by nailbunnySPU View Post
If Ben's "maybe" turns into a "no", I'm see if I can swing it. I'll email you telling you how great I am.
Looks like I have competition! The maybe-meter has definitely swung towards "beg" in the interim, so I'll have to put on my selling shoes, if I want later to put on my sailing shoes. It's emails at dawn then!
ben
03-22-2010 07:31 PM
nailbunnySPU If Ben's "maybe" turns into a "no", I'm see if I can swing it. I'll email you telling you how great I am.
03-22-2010 08:14 AM
sailingdog Nicely clarified.

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Originally Posted by jim0123r View Post
I wanted to clear up a possible misunderstandimg, pointed out by a respondent

Airfares to and from the boat will be reimbursed. Naturally, provisions are also provided.

By "non-paid position", I only meant there would be no daily wage paid.
03-22-2010 12:10 AM
TLombardi I've gone around Hatteras a few times and inside from and to Beaufort. I prefer going around Haterras to save the time it takes to go inside up the ICW. One thing you need to check out if there is even the remotest possiblity of going in at Beaufort. Will your mast clear the bridges? It's been quite a few years since my last trip through there, but i recall one low bridge in particular somewhere up the ICW.
03-15-2010 10:56 PM
jim0123r I wanted to clear up a possible misunderstandimg, pointed out by a respondent

Airfares to and from the boat will be reimbursed. Naturally, provisions are also provided.

By "non-paid position", I only meant there would be no daily wage paid.
03-14-2010 04:27 PM
bacq2bacq Jim: An excellent reason for not using the ICW: the boat won't fit!

I have often admired Hylases (Hylas's? Hylasses?) in their ads, and certainly believe you with respect to their ruggedness and seaworthiness.

I always try to triangulate in on those with whom I have only interacted electronically, please do not think ill of me for wanting to ensure that the "jim0123" given the glowing reference by Charles Cook on another thread and "jim0123r" who initiated this thread were in fact one and the same, and you. A closed issue.

Whether or not I wind up crewing for you on this delivery, I wish you fair weather and winds. There is certainly no shortage of wind around Abaco as I type this now!

Ben Bacque
03-13-2010 01:58 PM
jim0123r As a captain who has made this trip plenty if times, I do know what Cpoe Hatteras is all about. We will be paying strict attention to existing and forecasted weather from at least four highly tespected sources at that point. The Intracoasral is not an option as the boat draws 6'6".

This is a sturdy offshore boat - direct competitor to the top tier of Oyster, Hallberg-Rassy, Passport, Swan, etc. I have delivered Hylases for years - always outside Hatteras - and have never had any concerns at all.

The issue about my "screen name" I don't even understand. Sometimes I use the "r" and sometimes I don't. I can't keep the sites straight and sometimes make a mistake. I understand some possible concern but there's nothing devious about it.
03-13-2010 11:30 AM
CharlesCook
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While the discussion might better belong on the "captain/crew references" thread I found last night, I'll ask here anyway: do any of you know who jim0123r is in reality, and what reference would you provide if so?
I have crewed for Jim 2 times this will be my 3rd. He is a great guy knows what he is doing and very safe.

Charlie
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