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Old 03-03-2012, 06:14   #1
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Sail the Caribbean

Sail the sunny Caribbean
The boat is in St Martins and will cruise the islands south to Grenada stopping along the way.
Best if you have several months available.
sobound2 at yahoo dot com
Leaving as soon as crew arrives
the boat is a 39' catamaran and will leave sometime in March
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Old 09-03-2012, 03:28   #2
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Re: Sail the Caribbean

Are you looking to pay crew, to be paid by crew or to share expenses???
Oh....and have you found enough crew yet?
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Old 09-03-2012, 15:42   #3
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I spent the past seven years as a Senior Systems Engineer in Afghanistan/Iraq. I am now retired and looking to build on my sailing,diving skills. Im easy going. Between cave diving and seven years of assisting the military with their computer networks I know the feeling of being laid back one minute and in an emergency situation the next. I think this skill is essential in sailing as things could go wrong in seconds and you must be able to deal with the situation. My time is my own and stand ready to crew with short notice.
Look forward to hearing from you.
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Old 13-03-2012, 14:28   #4
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Re: Sail the Caribbean

Hi

I just arrived in the Caribbean and Im looking for a boat to sail with. I recently did my Competent Crew in Gibraltar and so I know my way around a boat. But of course Ill be happy to do things the way you as skipper want them doing.
While Im looking for an adventure, I also understand that sailing is all about working and living together with the crew. I can work hard and do my bit and I can get along with people in tight spaces.
Im 28 years old, British, Male. I can cook well and I play guitar. Ive also got plenty of tales to tell.
If you want to know anything more about me then dont hesitate to send me an email. I usually check it every day when possible.
Im currently in the Dominican Republic, I just arrived yesterday from Europe.
Im available immediately and I have no solid plans until August, when I have to get back to Europe.

My email address is:
charliepilgrim@hotmail.co.uk
I also sent you a copy of this message by email.

Yours, Charlie
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Old 16-03-2012, 15:34   #5
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Re: Sail the Caribbean

Hiya...

I have been working as a Sailing, Windsurfing and Powerboat instructor for a few years and am keen to get some cruising done!!! (and hopefully some time in the sun!) I'm 24, fun, enthusiastic and get on great with people...
I have up to my Day Skipper Practical and have my Yachtmaster Offshore Shorebased completed... (not to mention I worked as a chef for a few months which must come as a bonus onboard!!!
Take a nose at my full list of Qualifications below and drop me an email if your still looking for an extra crew member with some details...
Thanks a million,
Emma
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• HND in Outdoor Adventure Management
• FETAC level 5 in Outdoor Education
• RYA Dinghy Instructor
• RYA Dinghy Race Instructor
• RYA Essential Navigation and Seamanship Instructor
• ISA Power boating level 1 and 2 Instructor
• ISA Safetyboat Instructor
• ISA Advanced powerboat proficiency
• ISA Senior Windsurfing Instructor
• ISA Dinghy Senior Instructor
• ISA Keelboat Instructor
• ISA Yachtmaster Offshore Shorebased Completed
• RYA Day Skipper Practical
• CYC Child protection certificate
• ICU Kayaking proficiency level 3
• RYA VHF radio license
• IMC Mountain skills
• STCW’95 PST and EFA
• ISA Surf instructor pending BLG
• Full clean B driving license
• HACCP Trained and certified
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Old 16-03-2012, 18:23   #6
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Re: Sail the Caribbean

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HND in Outdoor Adventure Management
FETAC level 5 in Outdoor Education
RYA Dinghy Instructor
RYA Dinghy Race Instructor
RYA Essential Navigation and Seamanship Instructor
ISA Power boating level 1 and 2 Instructor
ISA Safetyboat Instructor
ISA Advanced powerboat proficiency
ISA Senior Windsurfing Instructor
ISA Dinghy Senior Instructor
ISA Keelboat Instructor
ISA Yachtmaster Offshore Shorebased Completed
RYA Day Skipper Practical
CYC Child protection certificate
ICU Kayaking proficiency level 3
RYA VHF radio license
IMC Mountain skills
STCW95 PST and EFA
ISA Surf instructor pending BLG
Full clean B driving license
HACCP Trained and certified
you must have started when you were ... let's say ...
4 years old?? (I'm sorry, couldn't help myself) ...
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Awwww... actually a late starter... I did outdoor sports in college, and I work in the industry full time so I guess its something that builds up over time... I actually really just want to get into the cruising side of it and am not sure where to start!!! :/
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Re: Sail the Caribbean

Well Emma ur in the right place to start... U got in a good thread.. Sobound is a wonderful captn and has alot of info to offer some that will listen.. I've crew with her and had an amazing time
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