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kalahari

Crew Member

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:38 f
Location: United States
Destination: Bahamas, The
Logged in: 29 minutes ago

kalahari: I am looking for a female crew companion to join me on my yacht to sail from Florida to the Bahamas, the northern Caribbean and the ICW. I have British and Australian nationality and completed an eleven year circumnavigation in my previous yacht.
I live in Kent in the UK and aim to travel to North Carolina where the yacht will be stored and then sail for a few months at a time. I do not have any romantic intentions but prefer to sail with a similar minded lady as a companion. Ideally the person would live in the US, Canada or even Australia.
Although I spent two years island hopping in the Caribbean I didn't get much further north than Antigua and would now like to cruise the areas I missed and which I understand are idyllic. I would also like to cruise on the famed Intra Coastal Waterway. If you feel you like the sound of my outline please contact me.

mistress

yet more adventures to share

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:12 m
Location: Trinidad and Tobago
Destination: None
Logged in: 1 hours ago

mistress: Mistress is a 39ft sailing ketch built in 1972 by Allied Boat Builders in the US. She is a center cockpit design with two cabins and two heads. Between August 2013 and May 2014, we sailed Mistress from Saint Martin to Trinidad and back. In the process we visited Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Guadeloupe (including Petit Terre, Les Deserada and Les Saints), Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the most of the Grenadines, Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago. Accompanying me at various times were Thomas, Susanne, Vee, Marion, Allan, my (now ex) partner Laura, another Laura, Michael, Pia, Maria, Marina and others (mostly couchsurfers).

After returning to Saint Martin/Sint Maarten where we started, my partner Laura headed off on her own adventures. Not wanting to spend the hurricane season in Saint Martin I found crew and headed fairly slowly down south agan island hopping to Trinidad.

Thats where I am now and from here, who knows? Whatever I choose to do, Iíd rather have some crew/travel companions before I move on again so Iím posting a new advert and will see what happens. My plans (which are pretty much non-existent right now) are flexible. Iíd be interested to hear from anyone who fancies a sailing adventure, regardless of existing sailing experience.

Iím seeking like-minded crew and travel companions for ongoing adventures rather than island hoppers simply looking for passage from A to B.

Male or female, young or old - you donít need sailing experience to join the boat but must actually enjoy sailing! Also important - you should work well as part of a team; be a good communicator (in english), good humored; tolerant; considerate and ideally without too much baggage as itís not huge boat!

Iím vegetarian - I guess you donít need to be but food onboard will be and thereíll be no fishing.

Iím on a low budget and ideally youíd be operating on a similar budget (about 12US$ per day on average) and you need to be able to cover your share. Low budget means not eating out at restaurants every day or hanging out in bars all night. Also, donít expect the convenience and comfort of a marina every time we stop - weíll be at anchor. On shore you should be at ease with walking, hitching or taking buses rather than hoping in a taxi everywhere.

If you are interested in joining Mistress (either now or in the future), please write an email telling me about you, your motives, hopes, expectations, experiences and timeframes. Iím not going to pick crew based on one line emails. If you have online profiles (such as couchsurfing or facebook), please include links.

If youíve written before (perhaps via findaacrew or some other web based system) please email again.

Feel free to ask questions.



You can view photos from Mistress and crew on http://flickr.com/photos/sailingmistress


thanks, ben (gringoben@gmail.com)

Update> now in grenada. trinidad within the week

ctcholliday

Leaving on Saturday: Cardiff to London sail in 1 week (9 days)

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:33 f
Location: United Kingdom
Destination: United Kingdom
Logged in: 1 hours ago

ctcholliday: Having turned down a number of volunteers (thank you and sorry!) I have now had two drop outs! We still have enough people to make the trip work, but one more would be ideal. The trip is bringing my boat back from Cardiff to London. She is a motorsailer so on days with little wind (forecast for Sat) there will be a bit of engine power, but we are forecast some more wind mid week, so should be good. "Honfleur" is a Nauticat 33 and a relaxed boat to sail. She is helmed from within the wheelhouse, and is a ketch rigged boat. When the wind is limited / on days where we need to do the miles she has a 115hp. On this trip there will be a mix of some sailing days and some days just getting the miles done under engine. I'm planning a couple of rest days on route in marinas, but other days will see a good 16 hours at sea! I'm a 36 your old guy, and so far I think I am joined by two others, one very experience and one less so. Any experience level is fine for the extra person. Just someone to lend a hand. We are leaving early on Sat 20th (9-10am) and hope to hit London on Sunday 28th - weather etc permitting. If you are local to Cardiff and happen to be reading this on Tuesday - I will also be taking her out in the Bay to test the mechanics this evening - you would be welcome to drop by and join.

worldcruiser199

First mate, permanent crew, female wanted

Crew wanted: Friendship/Relationship
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:38 f
Location: United States
Destination: None
Logged in: 1 hours ago

worldcruiser199: I sail the islands of the eastern Caribbean, Grenada to St Martin. Hoping to find a woman willing to join the adventure. The season is divided into three two week passages going north and three two week passages going south. I have been on this boat for seventeen years, circumnavigated and now hang out in the Caribbean.

mic.gentri@gmail.com

SAILING THE MED 2015

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:48 f
Location: Greece
Destination: None
Logged in: 1 hours ago

mic.gentri@gmail.com: Island hopping in Greece from May to Sept 2015.
I'm looking for a recreational crew. Someone to share my passion for sailing and crew aboard S/Y... Being a little adventurous is a must... :)
Mic

Xylon

Sailing crew wanted

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:11 m
Location: Netherlands
Destination: French Polynesia
Logged in: 2 hours ago

Xylon: Hello looking for someone with humor and a bit of a drifters hart.
Traveling companion who likes to see the world from the sea.
my boat is a classic, built for bleu water cruising 50 years ago, not a modern cruiser, but beter sea handling.
Normally no cost for boat running or food.

Easy going sailor free spirit expirianced on open water leaving for a better life.

From The Netherlands to portugal madeira canarys capo verde, from there south america and caribbeean, pannama, isla perlas galapagos to french polinesie.

Just sailing sun and adventure, see the world from the sea, and as much as possible.
Short or long term possible
Personal ideas and locations will be considered

Contact me at. vdh60@hotmail.com

Globetrotter12

Seeking fun, fit, outgoing crew to share in the fun in the Bahamas

Crew wanted: Competent Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:45 f
Location: United States
Destination: Bahamas, The
Logged in: 2 hours ago

Globetrotter12: I am looking for intelligent, non smoking individuals to join me for an extraordinary season in The Bahamas. The boat is roomy and full of amenities. There will be three to four adults on board. I am not interested in short term crew for specific legs, but rather crew for the entire cruising season or longer. Licensed massage therapists jump to the front of the line as this captain has bulging disks which respond very well to deep tissue trigger point therapy. Costs for food, fuel, entry fees, marinas and moorings will be shared equally. I estimate the fuel expense to be no more than $350 total per month and the only time we would stay in a marina is if we had to or the crew wanted to. We will slowly meander through the Exumas swimming and spear fishing for fresh seafood all along the way. We will leave NC from the Beaufort inlet on or around November 1st. Come join us.

doc_schneider

Sailing on the Baltic Sea

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:28 f
Location: Germany
Destination: None
Logged in: 2 hours ago

doc_schneider: Starting from Berlin 3 days to reach Szczecin (PL) and than sailing somewhere in the baltic sea.

No alcohol or drugs accepted on board except coffee or tea.

More informations (in german) here: http://www.drstefanschneider.de/taktojest.html

EduardoGoncalves

Sardinia to Portugal; Lisbon

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:10 m
Location: Portugal
Destination: Spain
Logged in: 2 hours ago

EduardoGoncalves: Hi

I'll be needing a crew member to take the yacht from Madeira to Lisbon from around the 8th of September (that's when my current crew would leave) until the end of the month (or the beginning of October).

To make the trip more interesting:
1) we would departure from Madeira, Calheta to Porto Santo - 60nm - 1day
2) then from Porto Santo to the south of Spain Isla Canela (or some other place close) - 550nm - 6/7days
3) then from the south of Spain to Sines - 150nm - 2days
4) from Sines to Lisbon - 70nm - 1day

So in total about 800nm, with more than 500nm of ocean sailing. 1 or 2 or 3 days of rest in each marina, depending on how tired we are and the how interesting the place is.
This plan can be changed to suit better your availability or interest in the places to visit.

You would have to pay the flights to Madeira and from Lisbon and your food.
The yacht expenses are on me.

Would you be interested?


divebram

looking for a change?

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:12 m
Location: Saint Martin
Destination: None
Logged in: 2 hours ago

divebram: this boat is based in grenada.with possibility,s to do some charte in the grenadines.and up till the bvi.the idea is to work the boat ,have fun ,and enjoy life

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