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Old 16-08-2015, 22:45   #1
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for Blue or Coastal Waters

Retired @ 46 and still enjoying it 13 years later.

Unencumbered female. Financially OK.

I’ve sailed across oceans, bars (with heart in throat), 93 degrees of Latitude and 157 degrees of Longitude --- some several times. Most passages have been on either my own or familiar boats. I haven’t crewed before, but have had crew aboard a few times.



All of my experience has been on sloop or cutter rigged, mono-hulls but am open to sailing multi-hulls.



Every boat is unique, comprised of oddities and quirks that systems & procedures have been created to accommodate --- I want to learn how to sail your boat under your guidance/instruction.

I am clean and organized; have a dry sense of humour, am warm, pragmatic, mature, non-smoker, light drinker, convenient vegetarian and have discovered, perhaps a little late, a love of the sea.

Have my own gear, valid passport and can fly anywhere.

No pets, No Guns, No drugs,
No nonsense (Eccentric is charming --- Psychotic is not.)

If you would like to pursue this idea, please send PM.

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Old 19-08-2015, 01:25   #2
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

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Retired @ 46 and still enjoying it 13 years later.
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No pets, No Guns, No drugs,
No nonsense (Eccentric is charming --- Psychotic is not.)

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I deal with a somewhat psycho boat cat. Not charming.

Fair winds



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Looking for another pretty place to work on the boat.
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Old 20-08-2015, 08:36   #3
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

Hi , I am just in the planning stage of putting a crew together to sail my boat from The Med across the Atlantic. Then through the Panama to New Zealand. Estimate leaving is mid November . The boat was launched in 2012 , so has not had the daylights beaten put of it . If you are interested pm me and I will keep you posted
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Old 02-09-2015, 13:43   #4
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

looking for crew to sail from seattle to mexico and beyond. boat is a Morgan out island 33. hoping to leave this month and spend thw winter in a warm place once again. Interested ?
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Old 03-09-2015, 18:17   #5
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

Hi....thought I would respond since you seemed to be based where I am. My boat is in San Diego...I am not yet. Planning on splashing the boat in a couple of months and heading south. There is lots of room for crew. I am interested in talking about it.
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Old 05-09-2015, 19:11   #6
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

Thank you for pulling my name out of the pale.
Have sent you both PM
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Old 18-09-2015, 07:29   #7
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

I need help getting my 53' Gulf Star from Beaufort NC end of september-ish. Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway mostly with some offshore sailing/motoring, going via Key West then Gulf of Mexico direct to New Orleans LA. Mechanically healthy boat with sad appearance. Live aboard welcome to keep yacht safe. I pay expenses. Jonathon (Australian American)
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Old 20-09-2015, 20:44   #8
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

Hi,
I have a sailboat in Puerto Rico and will cruising to Grenada to leave it there for next summer. I will be arriving in PR Nov 1 and the boat goes in the water Nov 6.
I am looking for someone to sail it with me to St. Martin and arrive before Christmas. if this is of any interest, please let me know.
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Old 23-09-2015, 10:17   #9
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

Hi WOW , I have a cat on the hard at the moment in Puerto Panesco mexico , going back there on the 11th of October ,Am in Squamish at moment , staying with my son and family .
I would like to meet you and see if our interests are mutual , my mobil number 236-993-5988 .
I'll have to some maintenance on the cat , and then seasons willing ,am sailing to Australia , via the Pacific Islands , Looking forward to hear from you . Regards Jan van Oostwaard
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Old 25-09-2015, 17:30   #10
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Re: for Blue or Coastal Waters

Ive been commuting between Vancouver & Gulf Islands this past month enjoying sailing where I can get it on the Salish Sea . . . . .

Thank you for responding to my posting.

I have PMd all.
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