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Old 23-09-2010, 05:27   #1
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Delivery and Training with Certification

Yacht Captain 25 years experience available for standard delivery, owner assisted delivery, and option for full training. May include ASA certification(s). 201-205 if desired. Sail or Power to 100 ft., rates vary based on vessel and your needs; honest, flexible, and thorough. I can help you build your confidence to cruise. Americas, Caribe, Med or?? Also available to crew on limited basis, based on routes, vessel, etc ...(I'm not bad as crew!) always looking to expand knowledge base. No ideas too big or small, creative thinker. Sea School USCG licensing instructor. Please contact Douglas captdougcp1 at gmail dot com.

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we are looking at a passage from Mexico to Marquases on our newly purchased cat
What can you offer.

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new cat

Thanks for your note. Please be more specific in the boat type and nav gear, your needs, and your plans for dates or itinerary. Are you wanting manily delivery crew/assistance, or some type of training plan? What are your background and experience? basd on your response I will be better able to formulate a plan for you. Many Thanks, Capt. Doug
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:45   #4
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Hi, I posted several days ago here looking for crews.

I wanted to know what would you charge for delivering 38 yacht with me on board as crew(?) to Florida or Carribean island.
What are standard conditions with the charge?
This is my first time asking for delivery.

I am short of experience, but have Yacht Master certificate from RYC sometime ago, and this is my 3rd sail boat.

Please let me know. (

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Old 10-11-2010, 09:11   #5
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I just lost my crew due to weather delays and am looking for crew to sail to Bermuda on Friday evening or Saturday morning. All dependent on the weather. I have a 1991 Lagoon 55 (55ft cat). Please private message me if you are interested and let me know what you would charge for this 3-4 day sail.

We are continuing on to Antigua the week of Nov 20th and if you'd like to quote on that too, that'd be good.
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