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Old 05-10-2010, 11:44   #1
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France and Atlantic ARC Route

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We are looking for crew to join a new 44 ft catamaran for two passages: France to Canaries, Canaries to Caribbean. Some offshore experience required and able to take helm during watch. Expected to pay for food and return tickets. Departure end of October 2010, weather dependend. We are under no time pressure.

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Old 06-10-2010, 04:00   #2
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I have the relevent experiance and am available at these times. Please send me a direct email so I may send forward my CV, hiokb :at: yahoo :dot: co :dot: uk


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Old 06-10-2010, 04:21   #3
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Hi I've got 11,000 hours logged day and night. I can cook at sea (well I'm told) have a great sense of humor and am an electrical engineer by profession, so changing light bulbs can be arranged! I'd love to join the crew: please send me an e-mail address so i can post a piccie. and CV,
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Old 06-10-2010, 05:35   #4
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Hi, you can write to: schooling a t freenet dot de

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Old 13-10-2010, 11:55   #5
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Hi, Srs. I am Francesc, 61 y.o. spanish man. I sail twice ARC W to E (Panama-Barcelona & Cuba-Barcelona, Bermuda & Azores route both) and I liked do viceversa: I diden't never. I did sail all Mediterranean sea too. I can pilot (helm), cook, clean, maitenance, etc. I am a recreative Yacht Captain spanish title. I don't take money (ABSOLUTLY), but I don't to pay nothing. Thanks. F. P.D. I can go alone or with my wife (to cook, laundry, clean, etc.).

QUOTE=Aluna;534628]Hi,
We are looking for crew to join a new 44 ft catamaran for two passages: France to Canaries, Canaries to Caribbean. Some offshore experience required and able to take helm during watch. Expected to pay for food and return tickets. Departure end of October 2010, weather dependend. We are under no time pressure.

Richard & Eveline[/QUOTE]
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Hi, Srs. I am Francesc, 61 y.o. spanish man. I sail twice ARC W to E (Panama-Barcelona & Cuba-Barcelona, Bermuda & Azores route both) and I liked do viceversa: I diden't never. I did sail all Mediterranean sea too. I can pilot (helm), cook, clean, maitenance, etc. I am a recreative Yacht Captain spanish title. I don't take money (ABSOLUTLY), but I don't to pay nothing. Thanks. F. P.D. I can go alone or with my wife (to cook, laundry, clean, etc.).
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Old 15-10-2010, 03:19   #7
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Hello Richard & Eveline!

My partner and I are scheduled to be in Gran Canaria on 17 Nov. and are looking to join a crew making the Atlantic crossing. We are both ISSA competent crew certified and have offshore sailing experience. It would be great to meet and discuss the possibility of joining you for the passage. Hope to hear from you soon!

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Old 15-10-2010, 06:53   #8
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Hi, Srs. Thankyou very much your quik reply and excuse me my poor English. I live in Barcelona-Spain and withouth nothing talk about before I will not fly to Gran Canaria to meet yours. ¿Should you pay me the fly to Gran Canaria? Thanks another time. F.

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Hello Richard & Eveline!

My partner and I are scheduled to be in Gran Canaria on 17 Nov. and are looking to join a crew making the Atlantic crossing. We are both ISSA competent crew certified and have offshore sailing experience. It would be great to meet and discuss the possibility of joining you for the passage. Hope to hear from you soon!

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