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Old 19-11-2022, 03:43   #46
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Eggshells are no that bad - we've been a lot of places, in our eggshell - including places few go.

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Hi, where are you departing from? I am keen. I've helped with two deliveries Juneau to Piers Island BC, in addition to crewing on other deliveries, and have 20000+ offshore miles, mainly Pacific.
Sonsie, We will depart from Anacortes, WA, and finish in Boston, MA. If you are interested please send me an email at skippeters678@comcast.net. Thank you.
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This is tempting. I completed my circumnavigation in June, and went right back to work. While i need the money having spent it all sailing, quiting my job for this challenge might be worth it.
Warren, Are you still interested. Send me an email at skippeters678@comcast.net.
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Re: Crew wanted to sail the Northwest Passage

Dear Peters.
I have worked on vessels since 2003.
Since 2017. in Master rank.
Since 2020. as a Harbour Marine Pilot in port of Bar, Montenegro, South Europe, on Adriatic Sea.
I have decided to become a seaman after reading "Adventure of Capt. Hateras" and there I have heard for NW Passage for the first time. I was 7 years old.
Since that time I was opsessed with NW Passage looking in that my confirmation as a seaman.
Now, I am 42 years old. My dream was in fight with life.
I had to finish university....start sailing...going fwd trough all ranks and finding satisfaction to be Master of the vessel...geting married...having 3 kids...earning for house...for car...but my dream was always there.
I do not have experince on sailing boat...but as a Capt. on cargo vessel and as Marine Pilot and my 20 years of experience on the sea world wide, I have sea in my blood, and I can guaranty that I can be extremly useful on any craft.
Pls share with me any useful info that can help me.
With You...or with somebody else Who shares Yours, our dream.
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Re: Crew wanted to sail the Northwest Passage

If you bought Ron Bauman’s Nauticat - you have one damn fine vessel. I did not know they were selling it. Good luck on the voyage at
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Crew Wanted for Northwest Passage

Last minute cancellation has created an opening. Need a shipmate to do the Northwest Passage departing Anacortes, WA, May 10, reaching Boston, MA, about Oct 1st. You will join an experienced crew aboard a beautiful and well equipped Nauticat 43, the Sparkman and Stephens "high latitude" pilot house staysail-ketch design. She is outfitted with Raymarine instruments, new sails, genset, Espar heat, Spectra watermaker, bow thruster, Rocna anchor, microwave, 2 refrigerators, and Starlink. We just completed a round-Vancouver Island shakedown. Minor repairs being addressed. No major issues. You should have an extensive sailing resume. Please contact skippeters678@comcast.net.
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Sonsie, If you're still interested, please email me at skippeters678@comcast.net
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Intriguing! Would that I could and fair winds!
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