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Old 11-07-2020, 19:25   #1
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Atlantic crossing

Hi everyone.

Pleasure to share this passion with you.

My name is Johan (32 years old), I am currently living in Australia.

I'll be back in Brittany ( France) October 1st 2020 and I'm looking for a boat as a crew member to cross the Atlantic winter 2021, wherever the place of departure.

Available from November 2020
Arrival: Caribbean sea

I have the project to buy a sailboat, I'll try to find my happiness in the Caribbean.

To introduce myself in a few words,
Sea experience 12 years.
Multipurpose boating technician INB
Yacht master sail offshore RYA
And especially happy to share new experiences.

Happy to reply for more details.
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Re: Atlantic crossing

Please update your profile to reflect your location. And not just "Australia" please. It's the biggest Island in the world and also a continent.

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Old 12-07-2020, 06:23   #3
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Re: Atlantic crossing

Sounds like he wants to sail from the French Atlantic coast to the Caribbean, so the Australian location seems not so crucial :-)
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November departure from France seems a bit late. By then most boats crossing to the Caribbean will be in the Canary Islands if they are open. Post on various crew sites including here and make availability from France or Canaries (or Cape Verde, might be a few boats there).
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Sounds like he wants to sail from the French Atlantic coast to the Caribbean, so the Australian location seems not so crucial :-)
And between you and me and the lamppost, I can guarantee he will not get an Atlantic crossing from Australia.

Geez! What about the guy about a week ago who needed crew to Tonga or Fiji, for heaven's sake?!
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