I'm lucky enough to have a steady seasonal job that allows for a lot of time off. In my off-season, I like to travel and learn, and my major focus right now is sailing.
I'm free from the end of February until the middle of April, and then again from the beginning of May until the end of September. I know that entire length of time probably won't work
for anyone, but I reckon I'll learn more sailing under a few different captains anyhow. If you think you might have a spot for me for a month or two, that would be great.
I have enough experience to be confident that I don't get seasick easily, but I can't boast much more than that. I've done a handful of yacht races and a couple day trips, and I actually lived on a sailboat last winter, but I wasn't confident enough to take her out on my own. I'm taking my ASA
101 sailing certification
I'll meet you anywhere. I'll pay my share of the food
(though I'd really appreciate an estimated cost per day), and I'm happy to do my share of the chores. I think you'll find I'm pretty easy to get along with. I just don't know much about sailing. Yet.
My name is Tom. I'm male. Age 28. Average height and build. If there's any other information I should be including, just let me know.
Edit: Just had a thought. I'm a vegetarian, which I understand could be a bit of a complication for folks looking to have shared meals