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Old 16-11-2012, 04:06   #1
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New Cal to Brisbane in December

Looking for skipper to deliver Fontaine Pajot Belize 43 catamaran from Noumea to Brisbane in December.

Must be capable, have common sense, referable experience and relatively time flexible.

Costs covered - remuneration to be discussed.

Trip of a lifetime!
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Re: New Cal to Brisbane in December

Would love to do it for you but reckon my flight costs from the caribbean would knock me out of the ball-park! Tony (But if you can't find anyone else - Come back to me!)
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Re: New Cal to Brisbane in December

Skipper to provide crew?
Owner to participate in the delivery?
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Looking for skipper to deliver Fontaine Pajot Belize 43 catamaran from Noumea to Brisbane in December.

Must be capable, have common sense, referable experience and relatively time flexible.

Costs covered - remuneration to be discussed.

Trip of a lifetime!

"Common sense" is somewhat in short supply here as most boats have already arrived in Australia or about to.

Leaving sometime in December exposes your vessel and crew to the build up of whats looking like a very active cyclone season.
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"Common sense" is somewhat in short supply here as most boats have already arrived in Australia or about to.

Leaving sometime in December exposes your vessel and crew to the build up of whats looking like a very active cyclone season.
I'm curious as to why you think this is looking like a "very active" season?

The Aussie BOM has described it as likely to be an "average" or normal season. Further, so far there has been a surprising lack of the little lows that normally form in the northern Coral Sea in late October and November and which sometimes then spin up into cyclones.

I'm no meteo guru, but I don't see the very active bit yet...

And with a reasonably fast boat and trade wind conditions, you are only looking at a five day trip. We've waited until December to make this passge and not worried too much, since the formation of cyclones is usually evident more than 5 days before they impact that route.

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Plenty of boats still here in Fiji and many are staying for the cyclone season at Savusavu and Vuda Point.
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Re: New Cal to Brisbane in December

This contract might be suited to Phil's (Boatman61) schedule, hahaha
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Re: New Cal to Brisbane in December

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