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tcw333

June 2017 sailing the Adriatic and Kornati NP

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:45 f
Location: Croatia
Destination: Local sailing
Logged in: 9 minutes ago

tcw333: Recreational crew sought for Adriatic and Kornati NP cruise Summer of 2017. 44 foot cat with 2 x Australians, circa ages 35-45. Perfect Summer break with relaxed sailing and exploring the region. ... all levels of experience welcome.

Skipper is relatively new to skippering with less than 5 years sailing experience in Australia and Asia. Happy to answer any questions / additional information needed.

Thanks!

dialdan

UK to Spain

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:8 m
Location: United Kingdom
Destination: Spain
Logged in: 20 minutes ago

dialdan: Old Aussie looking for reasonably qualified crew to help deliver yacht to Spain and perhaps further

jonmartins

Private deliveries

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:40 f
Location: England
Destination: New Zealand
Logged in: 25 minutes ago

jonmartins: My sailing ventures are of purchasing reasonably priced yachts and then delivering them to where a profitable sale will lead to sufficient enough funds for a repeat :)

Crew is SOMETIMES needed. Individuals with real attitude. Couples, group of friends or someone just looking for an experience are unfortunately not desired.

When not delivering, sailing around New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji and Tonga. Have shifted from my steel darling I built 10 years ago to a simpler, smaller and more practical Davidson 28.

Perhaps the closest to an old school pirate, I am actually an incomplete paraplegic on crutches but most of the time on a wheelchair. In 2014 I became the first para to sail single-handed across the Pacific.

aub45

Long term crew

Crew wanted: 1st mate
Vessel: Power Boat
Size:23 m
Location: United Kingdom
Destination: Australia
Logged in: 34 minutes ago

aub45: For RTW - (circumnavigate) voyage departing 04/18!

Crew required that can commit long term only please.

Travel & onboard expenses plus subsistence provided.

Salaried negotiable!

Please note crew cabins are "twin berths"

Boat not being delivered until 09/17. Following short work ups over the winter.

Route flexible but expected to take around 18 months including a 6 week layover in NZ

Route to include subject to ice, The Northwest Passage!

This is my private boat. With family / friends (maximum of 4 at any one time) joining / leaving at various ports.

river_serenity

Cruising from Stockholm

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:9 m
Location: Sweden
Destination: Scotland
Logged in: 2 hours ago

river_serenity: I recently bought a Scampi in Stockholm, and am now preparing to begin living aboard and cruising indefinitely. I am looking for help to work on the boat in Stockholm in April, prior to beginning cruising in the Stockholm Archipelago. After that we will probably sail round the coast of Sweden and Norway, then to Shetland, West coast of Scotland, and south from there.

I am looking for one or two people to join my girlfriend and I.

Time and destination given in the fields above are arbitrary - in reality the plan is flexible, and you could stay for anything from weeks to years.

More information on my website: https://goo.gl/6zgK5o

kaicarno

transat West to East adventure

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:34 f
Location: United States
Destination: Ireland
Logged in: 2 hours ago

kaicarno: update: 28th March 2017 -->
USA to Europe

Crew wanted for an exciting trip to Europe with the intention of finding adventure and exploring new places. Total miles to sail about 5000, including the cruising in Europe.

The crew which I am looking for does not need experience. I usually work on a first come, first serve basis. Communal living experience is a big plus if you don't already have sailing experience.

UPDATE:
I have a lot of work to do before the boat is ready to leave for the crossing. I am now looking for crew who would like to come to the boat earlier, so as to help prepare the boat. This is a good chance to learn more about boats and boat maintenance. For all days of work I will provide food and accommodation (on board), as well as drinks etc. I would like to have help from the 14th April.

--- The Sailing ---

This is a transatlantic passage on a small boat. It will take 3 to 4 weeks. Once in Europe we are free to route our voyage onwards. My idea is to explore West coast of Ireland. Then round the Northern cape of Ireland (Malin Head) to then visit Scotland. The Voyage finishes in August in Brittany, northern France.


Important dates (preliminary ETA/D - Estimated Time of Arrival/Departure):

19th April: ETD North Carolina.
25 days transat 2400 miles

14th May - ETA Azores.
10 days to explore the islands. 500 miles.

25th May - ETD Azores.
9 days passage. 1100 miles.

3rd June - ETA Ireland.
3 weeks cruising Ireland. 500 miles.

24th June ETD Ireland/ETA Scotland.
4 weeks to cruise in Scotland and making progress South.

22nd July ETD Scotland/ETA England
One week English South coast.

29th ETD England/ETA France.
One week Northern coast of Brittany in France.

5th August and onwards.
Some work and preparation for leaving the boat.
Voyage over.





--- The yacht ---
The yacht is a Jeanneau Melody from the 1980's. She is a famous French build and a very Ocean-worthy vessel. In France most sailors know the make.

The mast is high, and the keel is deep. We have new sails all round, including an excellent spinnaker.



--- The Conditions ---

This is a good trip for anyone wanting to learn more about sailing, and simply sail more miles.
In the tidal areas in Ireland, England and France we will have excellent training for navigation. On the transatlantic passage I have a sextant and some experience using it.

There is flexibility for when to join and leave the boat, and also how many people we are on board. The boat needs at least 2 crew, and we can be up to 6.

We run a shared expenses deal on board. Generally ports and harbours are very cheap so the expenses will never be high. A good estimate is 15 euro/usd per day per person

We will cook on board and eat well. The food is less meat and more dried food and vegetables plus fish if we catch any (No refrigeration) .


--- The Skipper ---

I am a qualified yacht master and experienced sailor. In fact I have crossed the Atlantic 12 times by sailing boat. I am aged 30. Total miles logged are about 108.000 miles on sailing boats 60 feet or less.

I speak French (to some extent), English and Swedish.

Please visit my homepage at: http://www.bitsail.esy.es (although this is very outdated now) to find out more about me. Contact me through crewbay.com is best.

I don't mind being asked to give references from previous crew.



.:..

TomWarbs

Cruise Greece, maybe Turkey

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:13 m
Location: Greece
Destination: Greece
Logged in: 2 hours ago

TomWarbs: Planning to sail slowly from the island of Lesbos towards Athens during May and June.

No route set as yet, but willing to visit Turkey if crew is interested.

Discovery55

Returning from Caribbean to Europe

Crew wanted: Competent Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:17 m
Location: British Virgin Islands
Destination: Gibraltar
Logged in: 2 hours ago

Discovery55: Looking for 1 or 2 experienced crew members capable of standing watch whilst sailing my yacht back to Europe . Ian

Deepbluesealife

Cruising SW-W-NW UK & IRELAND.S,France. Portugal -Spain etc.

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:8 m
Location: United Kingdom
Destination: United Kingdom
Logged in: 3 hours ago

Deepbluesealife: Lots of information below

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I am a avid sailor lived aboard several yachts of various sizes and undertaken many voyages both solo & with crew. Very laid back, good sense of humor, I,m not religious nor political, Life aboard is very relaxed .Anybody interested in some sea adventure this year please feel free to inquire.

YOU DO NOT need any prior experience,

This is a FREE place a UNPAID (NOT PAID, NO WAGE, NO FEE).

A life jacket is provided for all.

Yacht & all aboard Passenger or Crew Insured by Owner.

Gas & Diesel & ALL Mooring fees paid by Owner.

Leisurely Cruising crew types passenger, novice, beginner, competent, day skipper etc ideal for individuals building sea mileage for exams or just wanting extra experience.

Front fore cabin is two single or a double always reserved for crew.
Please do feel free to ask any questions you may have.
Such as can you come aboard for just one or two weeks the answer is YES. and you may join at one port and depart at another on the route.



Many have asked me questions by email to try save time here are a few below.


What skills do I need? : None your welcome to just come along for the experience. Be a Passenger, Crew or even migrate to Skipper.

Is there and age restriction? : YES for my yacht FULL insurance cover is only provided for adults aged 18-70 (Outside this age limit insurance is protection). Copy of Policy in PDF upon request.

Do you have a crew preference? : YES I prefer female aged 25-55 as crew they multi-task, learn, manage, acclimatize, adapt and make better sea companions. (The guys at sailing club will hang me for that statement) So that said Guys are also welcome as well. I do make exceptions occasionally taking a family, couple, friends etc. so ask me.

Can I bring my best friend ? : YES husband, partner,college,friend etc. Yacht can only carry five /(5) or six (6) persons comfortably so please advise on who is coming a week in advance!

Will I need to supply Life Jacket? : NO the yacht has six fully automatic ones.

What clothing & luggage can I bring? Bring what you can carry sensibly! both warm weather clothing and a water proof coat. (NO kitchen sink required!).

I am building sea miles for exams can this help me? YES bring your log book otherwise I will issue you a digital certificate stating what miles and other requirements that can help such as Distance, Nights etc.

Can I bring a pet? : NO.

What accommodation is provided? : The Fore cabin is kept for crew it is either two single beds or a large double bed. Own locking door. Saloon is six seating sofa (Can convert to double bed) with dining table. Sink, food storage cupboards and cooker, Skipper has separate Starboard cabin. 32" TV plays DVD,s and has 100+ movies available, Books to read various, FM VHF MW SSW Radio, Huge selection of music from 1970 to the current latest hits are on MP3 player, 200 plus pod casts stored. Headphones,Daylights and Night lights,Chart table, Fresh water, Kettle, etc.

What about sanitation? The Yacht has a sea toilet and shower. Marina has toilets, laundry, shower & facilitates available 24/7 to all crew. All rubbish aboard is sealed in black bin bags and placed in marina facility.

Is everybody sea sick? : NO it only a few people and I can advise on best methods to avoid it.

What cost & expense will I incur? : YOU are responsible for your own travel / transport to and from the yachts location. This is your own expense. FREE car parking space available at marina, Trains station ends at the Docks two minutes walk as does Bus station. The yachts owner (Myself) pays for ALL marina, harbour an anchorage fees, plus gas, electric (240v at harbour & marina), diesel. And a full stock of dried, preserved, canned and bottled food stuff. Fresh produce is taken on at each visited port. IF you have special dietary need / requirement or prefer your own foods I.E. Gluten free YOU MUST provided that food yourself.

Can I join for PART of a voyage / passage? : YES Let me know in advance where you would like to join the vessel and leave the vessel so I can arrange replacement crew.

Do you offer a trial or day sail ? : YES I use the Estuary & River for gentle introduction to sailing. Prior to open sea. ASK before assuming a date I cannot obviously do this if already on a passage / voyage.

Does the yacht return to marina each day? : NOT always! it can anchor, go alongside harbor wall, pick up a buoy, attach to a pontoon or just keep sailing none stop. All subject to weather.

What if its a long voyage and weather turns poor? : As Skipper I passage plan for ALL possibility's I include bolt hole ports, coves, islands etc. Aboard you will NEVER be more than forty (40) miles from a safe haven within the UK.

Can you sail passengers / crew to other country's? : YES so you need to bring your passport.

Is smoking & alcohol permitted ? : YES Smoking allowed outside and alcohol is never an issue although you may wish to avoid alcohol prior to 1st 24hrs at sea to avoid sea sickness.

What special needs can you cater for? : Yacht has five (5) steps so Disabled people may not be able manage them. Medically if you have medication creams, tablets, Ointments etc. bring enough to cover the journey. The yacht has two (2) first aid kits Two (2) ALL Purpose fire extinguishers & Fire Blanket.

Will I get a mobile phone signal at sea? : Most of the time YES however there are total blackout areas of NO coverage I.E. Crossing Bristol Channel its 87NM wide at point where I normally cross it so loss of signal for several hours. Communication is available via the ships radio during black out areas. ASK about intended passage.

How long may I crew for? : Difficult question so I shall say the average is two-three weeks. Yet some do a few days, some months, one over a year! ASK me!

What can you teach me I have no experience? Competent crew,, Day Skipper through to Yacht master level. In other words ALL the rules of the roads (Sea) regulation right of way rules. All the buoy markers cardinals safe water special markers etc. Day symbols & Night lights on every vessel , tidal heights& streams including Primary / Secondary ports, Meteorology (Weather) Passage planning, crew briefing, how to read and navigate a paper & digital charts which includes rocks,wrecks and all other chart symbols such as rips, eddies, tidal gates,etc. How to dock & depart in all weathers an conditions. How to Jibe & Tack a yacht in the wind. How to motor, Anchor etc. the list is endless I lived aboard several yachts for many years so have a gigantic amount of knowledge & hands on real life experience. Yachts digital library contains days of video seamanship lessons playable on the TV, notebook,android etc. You will still NEED to undertake any official examination with relevant authorized body such as MCA / RYA. for certification.

Will I have to do anything as just a passenger? : YES Enjoy the journey & experience. I can handle everything aboard the Yacht single handed and have done 1000,s of miles solo.

Who steers while you below deck? : Auto pilot. Or YOU ;-)

Can you guarantee seals, whales & dolphins? YES to dolphins they know the yacht assumes your on a three day voyage min.. Seals are quite shy and generally reside close to islands, rivers, bays an coves they are regularly seen. Whales ONLY in January except for small Mink type often seen on Bristol channel or St Georges channel etc. Leather backed turtles July & August (special location) seen for past three(3) years. Porpoise daily. Various birds Puffins, Gulls, Fulmars, Gannets etc.

Can I charge my phone at sea? YES Yacht has both USB output and cigar type sockets.

Is boat limited in distance ? NO I often sail for several days and nights none stop over huge distances its limited by water & food only.

Can I bring diving equipment ? YES advise before hand so extra storage space can be allocated.

Would it be possible to join the vessel a day or two earlier? YES providing its in a port ask.


Any more questions just ask I will reply as soon as possible.

Sailing Fun

Atlantic crossing from Virgin Islands to Europe

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:15 m
Location: British Virgin Islands
Destination: Spain
Logged in: 3 hours ago

Sailing Fun: April 7th we start from British Virgin Islands BVI to reach AZORES abt April 28th
then aby 9 days to Spain/Malaga if the weather is ok in Gibraltar.
Then Zorba sails to Athens/ Greece
I estimate costs of living (food,diesel, gas,harbour dues ect ) on a boat for 100/week
and abt 150/week payment for a hired captain

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