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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-27-2010 11:02 PM
ughmo2000 Back home again and looking for more!
06-13-2010 09:59 PM
CharLeePisang
Malaysia Roberts 53 needs some attention

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Originally Posted by ughmo2000 View Post
52y/o retired firefighter/paramedic seeking delivery, boatsitting, or short term cruising positions worldwide as crew, mate, or skipper.

Clean, responsible, easy going. Non-smoker, no drugs, social drinker. Respectful of others and the boat. Don't know it all but have experience on full E&W coasts of US and Mexico, Great Lakes, ICW, Bahamas, VI's, Vancouver Island, Baja, Trans-AT, Trans-Pac. Sail to 50', power to 55'. Sloops, cutters, ketches, catamarans, trawlers. Single and twin screw. Good knowledge of navigation, diesel and gas engines, 12v, plumbing, radar, radio ops, daily maintenance, provisioning, cruise prep, can even cook a bit. Have my own gear, nav equipment, stand my own watches. ASA, PADI, FirstAid/CPR, BTLS, ACLS. CV and excellent references available on request. Can supply additional crew or complete delivery team if needed.

Cliff at ughmo2000"at"yahoo.com
Hallo Cliff, would you like to spend some time in Malaysia as I have to go to Germany an d need someone to look after my ship?
04-26-2010 03:56 PM
ughmo2000 Off to Bonaire!

Will be seeking berths toward the end of May.
04-17-2010 12:39 PM
ughmo2000 Wow! Good timing! I just got home last night from helping a friend deliver his boat!

Zerubb, Sanitie10, please check your private messages.

Cliff
04-17-2010 09:56 AM
zerubb Hi Sailingdog
I have no intention of hijacking anyone's post, I was responding (or so I thought) to Ughmo's post. I have in fact started my own thread a few days ago (see delivery skipper wanted)...........Cheers
04-17-2010 09:49 AM
Sanitie10 Ughmo2000,

I am looking for someone to take my boat (Tartan 34) from Ft Lauderdale to Norfolk VA sometime in the next 6 weeks or so. I cannot do it myself because it is my busy season at work. It's pretty open ended, I really want to boat back in New England, but want experienced and competent skipper for the job.

Please send some detail about your experience and requirements.
04-17-2010 07:40 AM
sailingdog Zerubb—

You really should start your own thread instead of hijacking Ughmo's. Please read the POST in my signature to figure out how to do that...

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I am looking for a delivery skipper and crew to help prepare 40' yacht for Pacific crossing and deliver said boat from west coast USA to east coast Australia.....Cheers
04-17-2010 03:54 AM
zerubb I am looking for a delivery skipper and crew to help prepare 40' yacht for Pacific crossing and deliver said boat from west coast USA to east coast Australia.....Cheers
03-12-2010 10:19 AM
ughmo2000
Retired firefighter, experienced crew

52y/o retired firefighter/paramedic seeking delivery, boatsitting, or short term cruising positions worldwide as crew, mate, or skipper.

Clean, responsible, easy going. Non-smoker, no drugs, social drinker. Respectful of others and the boat. Don't know it all but have experience on full E&W coasts of US and Mexico, Great Lakes, ICW, Bahamas, VI's, Vancouver Island, Baja, Trans-AT, Trans-Pac. Sail to 50', power to 55'. Sloops, cutters, ketches, catamarans, trawlers. Single and twin screw. Good knowledge of navigation, diesel and gas engines, 12v, plumbing, radar, radio ops, daily maintenance, provisioning, cruise prep, can even cook a bit. Have my own gear, nav equipment, stand my own watches. ASA, PADI, FirstAid/CPR, BTLS, ACLS. CV and excellent references available on request. Can supply additional crew or complete delivery team if needed.

Cliff at ughmo2000"at"yahoo.com

 
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