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04-09-2011 05:34 AM
SimonV That find must be a record, 2002 and not one reply......
04-09-2011 12:58 AM
Originally Posted by elvishessler View Post
I hope he has found a ride by now.
Oh yeah...didn't even look at the date! Guess nobody posts to that forum. Hopefully he's working by now! Lame title in any case (IMHO!)
04-08-2011 01:28 PM
elvishessler I hope he has found a ride by now.
04-08-2011 12:55 PM
Use your title effectively

I would suggest including the general region were you want to crew in the title of your post. I would also eliminate anything that won't be of interest to a potential skipper (like "suddenly"). A skipper cruising in Mexico shouldn't have to open your thread to find out where you want to crew IMHO Good luck!
04-21-2002 07:51 PM
Suddenly available as crew

One lucky, fit, 35 year-old, avid sailor and outdoorsman (me) just had his "position eliminated from the corporate organizational structure" after a great ten year run. I am now seeking a crew opportunity on passages northbound out of the carribean or between the Pacific Coast and Hawaii before I have to re-enter the rat-race.

I own and sail a Hunter 26 in inland northwest waters with my wife. I am ASA certified in coastal navigation and bareboat chartering (instructed by Captain Ted Wheeler at Blue Water Sailing School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL), I have extensive experience as a professional guide leading groups of people on multi-day whitewater adventures in the Idaho wilderness, whitewater kayaking, and backcountry telemark skiing and touring. In addition to the above, I''m easy going, responsible, and I can even play a few Buffett songs on the guitar.

I hope there''s someone out there that I can help. Please email me at

Fair winds,

Rod Wolfe

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