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Old 10-06-2019, 09:45   #1
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very experienced, sailboat delivery, anywhere

i'm a fit and healthy retired merchant marine engineer with eight years of singlehanded sailing in 28' to 33' boats including coastal and bluewater experience. My experience includes a three year, 40,000 mile, high latitude circumnavigation with several months in the southern ocean. I'm competent with GPS, AIS, radar, navigation software, autopilots and windvane steering, etc. I'm looking for delivery crew positions anywhere on well found vessels only with at least two weeks notice. I'm retired, so my U.S.C.G. license, STCW 95 and medical certificate are expired. I'm not interested in ocean crossings - been there done that.
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Re: very experienced, sailboat delivery, anywhere

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, ronkirk.
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