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Old 14-05-2010, 15:51   #1
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St. Thomas, USVI to Long Island, NY Non-Stop ASAP

Hello all,

Need crew for non stop offshore passage St Thomas USVI to East End Long Island, departing ASAP. Figure 12 days at sea plus one or two prep.

Boat is well equiped Hylas 47. Skipper has 30000 + miles, mostly offshore. Is also sailing instructor and holds 200 ton Master, unlimited Oceans.

I pay on board expenses, you get to and from the boat. If you want some offshore sailing instruction too, something can be arranged.

You can reach me at sailingal<at>sbcglobal<dot>net

Talk to you soon

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Old 14-05-2010, 17:49   #2
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Sailing gal,
I might be interested in your crew position...........Me, 63 yo male, master 100 ton nearcoastal,sail and commercial towing USCG license. I am presently in Ft Lauderdale FL, getting repairs done on my 38 center cockpit sloop. Would need to be back to my boat to get north of 30N for 'cane season. Phone is 914-656-5952..yes it is a NY number.
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Old 17-05-2010, 10:59   #3
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Hey there are you interested in bring a green horn on by chance?
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Old 17-05-2010, 16:23   #4
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Got the same problem!! Crew got stuck in Europe due to volcanic ash so now need someone from BVI (can meet in USVI) to New Jersey in Bene 39.

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Old 18-05-2010, 06:04   #5
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Hi, your post sounds like a great experience, i have five years exp, sailing, racing and long distance cruising, Im currently in St. Augustine but live in key west. Have been on many long trips in the past. If you are interested please email me at johnston83@gmail.com
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Old 18-05-2010, 06:40   #6
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Hi Sailing Gal,
If you are still looking for crew, if I can get a flight sorted from Ottawa Canada, I would love to help you sail up.
I don't have a vast wealth of experience, but helped sail a friends Pearson 424 offershore to Annapolis from Bahamas last spring without any problems.
I work hard, don't complain, love to cook, don't get sick and keep a good watch, and am keen to get more offshore experience.
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Old 18-05-2010, 13:09   #7
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my email is entre2lac@hotmail.com if you want to contact me directly. There seem to be flights to st martin on Saturday I can get no problem, if that is too late I can look at alternative flights.
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Old 27-05-2010, 08:47   #8
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Hey there,
My names Dave I'll be in St. Thomas tommorow the 28th. If your still around I'd love the oppurtunity to swing by and check out the boat.

David Hightower
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hightowertighttower <at> yahoo <dot> com

I’ve worked in and around the marine industry extensively for the past twelve years. I’m experienced in navigation including GPS, Chart reading, radar operation, as well as communication and docking.

I have plenty of experience with bright work and bottom cleaning and don’t mind cooking and cleaning either. I grew up crewing local regattas and I have a basic understanding of most marine systems.

Recently I crewed for Derick Woolverton through the Bahamas on a single screw LRC 68’ Nordhaven. I was responsible for moving this vessel during daytime and through the night both in shallow water and blue. I’d like to get more blue water experience for a captains license so if you need an extra set of hands I’d love to hear from you.

Reference: Derick Woolverton [PM me for phone number]
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