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02-22-2012 02:30 PM
Looking to Crew - Guat./Caribbeans to up North (US/Canada) - March/Apr

Hi, I'm looking to crew on a boat to go back home in Canada, from Central America. Flexible on the start and end point of the travel, and willing to travel to any port for a good opportunity.
Prefered start point is Rio Dulce in Guatemala, but could be anywhere from there to Florida, Caribbeans included.
Prefered end point is Montreal, Canada, but up to New York, Boston or upper east coast is fine too.
Looking to leave end of March/start of April.

I'm a long distance cyclo-tourist and this is the last leg of the trip. I'm 26, from Canada and spent the last 2 years cycling nearly 20 000 kms on my own around Europe and Central America. I'm reliable and honest, non-smoker. I speak fluent french, english and intermediate spanish. I can cook and like to do so.

I have basic sailing experiences, mostly sailing my dad's small 21' on lakes. I've also achieve classes on bigger water expenses and bigger boats (30'). I'm looking to have a good time building experience and learning with an experienced captain or crew. I am serious about this, with a final goal of owning my own boat in the next 10 years.

Let me know if it fits any of your plans!


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