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Old 02-03-2015, 10:06   #1
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Catamaran sailing to Cuba and on?

Hi we are a fountaine pajot 40ft cat, going to Cuba for the second time,
because we did not profit enough of that country the last time!
It will be snorkeling and trying to catch langouste, remote islands,
and visits to beautifull towns at times!
We are in st.Martin now , so we might visit some other countries before,
and after we will be heading to Belize, or maybe Florida!!
There will be a contribution for the boat, and shared food costs!
I am taking max 4 people to have great space on our boat which has four
double cabins!!
I hope to be leaving in two weeks, so please reply with possible arrival dates
and duration on the boat, because we will stay more then a month just in
Cuba!!! not included, if we go to BVIs, Haiti,
Also tell me what you are willing to spend a day, to avoid having to mail
back and forth !! We allow alcohol and smoking on the boat, would like
to get in touch with those who are familiar to sailing and snorkeladventures!
perfect winds to all, ro8
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Old 04-03-2015, 14:06   #2
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Re: Catamaran sailing to Cuba and on?

Hello

Hello My name is Alberto. I'm 37, from south of Spain, a photographer and adventurer guy.

I came from Canary Islands to Guadeloupe, in a sailing boat, few weeks ago. It was my first sailing experience.

Now ... I'm looking for a boat to sail in the Caribbean Sea. I would like to find a boat to sailing between the islands.

My final destination is Cuba, I want to live there for a short time, I love music and I want to learn music with cuban musicans.



So it will be amazing if you go in this direction, but also any lift to the north is welcome.
I have some experience, so I could help you to sail, cleaning, cooking, watchkeeping, deckhand, etc... I love to meet people. I also love traveling, to discover new places and cultures. I love reading, also to have a nice chat with friends. I play guitar, I'm learning trumpet.



Are you still looking for a crew? If you are interested feel free to contact to me.

Thanks Best Regards!

Alberto González

jagvega at yahoo dot es

0034 627 82 84 26 (only whatsapp)
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Old 07-03-2015, 08:56   #3
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Re: Catamaran sailing to Cuba and on?

Hello there

Would you be passing the Dominican Republic? Please do let me know?

Thanks
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Old 08-03-2015, 09:51   #4
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Hello there

Would you be passing the Dominican Republic? Please do let me know?

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Katz
NO THAT WOULD NEED THE SAME VISA REQUIREMENTS AS THE USA
AND I AM NOT SURE TO BE ABLE TO OBTAIN THAT
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Old 15-03-2015, 18:08   #5
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Re: Catamaran sailing to Cuba and on?

It sounds like you know how to have fun! Where are you located now? I am interested in joining your crew. Please contact me at dewitta01 at yahoo dot com
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Old 16-03-2015, 10:48   #6
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Re: Catamaran sailing to Cuba and on?

Visa on arrival in D.R $10 and its nothing to do with (USA visa B1/B2 requirements.

Just about anyone can come to Dominican republic, could you stop here as just anchoring and not stepping foot on the land there is (NO $10 visa required)

Please pet me know?

Happy sails
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Old 17-03-2015, 07:28   #7
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Visa on arrival in D.R $10 and its nothing to do with (USA visa B1/B2 requirements.

Just about anyone can come to Dominican republic, could you stop here as just anchoring and not stepping foot on the land there is (NO $10 visa required)

Please pet me know?

Happy sails
Katz
read this link on noonsite;Dominican Republic — Noonsite
then tell me how much it would cost me to just clear in and pick you up
and I am still quite sure that DR needs B1B2 because we come by boat!
but check it out and let me know, I still have time
ro8
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