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Old 27-09-2016, 11:05   #1
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Interviewing for crew N. California to Mexico - ready now

This is a long shot but worth a try.
Single handed sailor with dog, on 41 foot ketch. Departing Northern California +/-10 days headed to Mexico. Not in Baha Haha. Would like to sail California coast with few stops. Interviewing for crew to Mexico and possibly beyond.

Compatibility is more important than experience, but like to know crew is not crippled by sea sickness and can keep head together in difficulties. No smoking, drugs, or alcoholics. Not interested in tough guy, sex fantasy, or emotional baggage, just a good sailing trip. Also not a race boat. If this is of interest, please reply with some personal information and a direct way to contact so we can get to know each other a little. I will respond with same and boat information.
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Steve, Hi my name is Greg and Im interested in your trip.Please call me at 928-308-6055 thanks.
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Greg,
I set out tomorrow single handing. Have one possible crew will meet in a few days down the coast a bit. If you are interested, please let me know a bit about who you are, your experience, and expectations. You can post here or reply to the contact link on my web page slvanronk.com

As I mentioned in the OP, not interested in anyone who will not take the time to get to know each other a bit first. I will catch up to your reply when back in the next port with internet.
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Old 20-10-2016, 16:22   #4
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Re: Interviewing for crew N. California to Mexico - ready now

Hello-

I am interested in crewing on your upcoming voyage. I am a female in my late twenties. I have sailed for a year and a half on my own boat, a 66' Islander Wayfarer in the Bay Area and up and down the CA coast. I am still looking to learn and gain experience. I also speak a little bit of Spanish and understand it perfectly.

Let me know if I seem like a potentially good fit, and I'll be glad to provide you with more information.
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oooohh i hope you find crew to mazatlan as i am in dire need of a good party.......
ps--there are a few of our boats here---.
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Hi Steve, When are you leaving?
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hello and good evening
my name is eyal, 28 yold .
all my childhood i was sailing in a youth sailing assosiation. that is where i learned to sail.
i asked the my home goverment to be a part of a special volunteering program, in the program i volunteered 1 year as a sailing instructor for disabled people from all types and ranges.that was the year when i started to break free inside and develope my inner self, being on the water each day, with all kinds of disabled people. this year is also when i really really learned to sail, because the responsibility was high i got propper guidence.
im a rescue diver and medic. love cooking and fishing, i play the hangdrum and do art, i have very good skilled working hands for all types of repair jobs. im very comunicative and social.
i have no timeframe. no preffered destination, only seek to enjoy the adventure and the people with me. would love to join you and recive a reply back
cheers and happy waters
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OK folks,
I already left single &a dog handing. First leg to Bodega Bay, now in Moss Landing set to leave in day or few. Would love to talk, but poor Internet and I have no one's phone number. There nust be a way to private message someone here? Send me your number.
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Hello
I have a phone number but im in eaurope so may be expensive to call
You can also use the number to reach me on whatsapp that i chech daily.
+972526335576
Good day and happy sails
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Steve. (Vino the Dog),

I may be available to assist you as Experienced Crew from Half Moon Bay (SF Area) all the way to Cabo San Lucas or beyond. I am an experienced Pacific Ocean sailor, and am geared to be available short notice (as little as 24 hours) when needed.

I will send you a Private Message with more info and extensive Sailing Credentials, including many testimonials. In the meantime, I have some brief information on my CF Profile "About Me" page here: Cruisers & Sailing Forums - View Profile: Steady Hand

Look for a PM. I am also available to SKYPE or phone call and suggest that we talk to discuss your needs/plans and to answer any quesitions. I will include my phone number and email in my PM to you.

If I don't hear back from you, I will assume you have found crew and I wish you a safe and happy voyage.
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Left Moss Landing 10:00 Sunday. Made San Pedro 10:00 Tuesday evening. 60 hours non-stop single &a dog handing.
Will be here 3 days or so. Need to get Mexico paperwork, provisions, and a little rest. At this point, a little hard to connect unless we happen to be in the same port. Still looking for crew, but not taking anyone I don't meet in person and like. Don't need to and won't risk incompatibility at sea.

Anyone interested, you have to make it happen. I give up on looking for crew on the internet.
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steve the mexican consulate in san diego is conveniently located.
it is uphill from laurel street moorings. hawthorne and letter k name street, to the right as you walk up the hill.
easy leasy and same day service. fishing license on A and 5th, as i recall.
wow you almost here.
party starts on your arrival.

oh yeah you may want to jib n jigger your way south in dark as south of cedros island north of cabo can occur chubascos between 0400 and 0600. 60 kts plus i measured. hoyaah. reef n run. i made 8.4 kts sog there.
wind stopped like it was shut off at 0600.
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Hello Steve, I'm interested in accompanying you. I would like to know more I will email my quick Bio.

Carl
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Old 15-11-2016, 10:35   #14
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Carl,

I read the bio you sent and you look like the kind of guy I would consider. Problem is that I am already on my way and don't want to promise a berth to anyone I have not met in person. Heading for Ensenada tomorrow and that's a long way for you to come on the possibility we may get along.

I would love to put on crew down the Baha into mainland Mexico, but pretty much have to confine possibilities to those I can meet on the way.

Anyone around Ensenda who wants to meet, will be there in a day or two, probably stay for a few up to a week.

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Thank you for considering. I may find a boat I would like to purchase in that area, hope to meet up with you then.

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