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Sy Fairwinds

Looking for young energetic crew

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:16 m
Location: Ireland
Destination: Trinidad and Tobago
Logged in: 3 minutes ago

Sy Fairwinds: In Cork for the moment.

Check it out on Facebook, search "S/Y Fairwinds"
And leave a message if you are interested¿

Best regards
Fredrik Molin


Sparkman & Stephens Sloop

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:50 f
Location: United States
Destination: Mexico
Logged in: 5 minutes ago




NEWS/UPDATE; The vessel is currently in San Francisco USA and has joined a fleet of whale research vessels and will now offer individuals an opportunity to learn and work with whale researchers, performing hands-on, identification, tracking and recording of whales and cetaceans in the Pacific Ocean, North America Coastal region from San Francisco to the Sea of Cortez, LaPaz, Mexico. Sailing aboard is to be in periods of 2 weeks at sea or more, living and working aboard on a volunteer basis, while learning to use using scientific marine instruments, recording equipment and experiencing sights and sounds few ever see or hear, supported on a donation/contribution basis. Of course, living and sailing aboard also includes participating in every aspect of operating, sailing, navigating and working the boat from watch to galley. Safe Sail, Sea Ya Soon . . . . . . . . . . . . _/)_

JANDY is a World-Class, Sparkman & Stephens classic, retractable keel, blue water rigged, auxiliary sloop, designed by Olin Stephens, built to Lloyd’s specifications. Construction; carvel plank, Alaska Yellow Heart on French White Oak, bronze fastened w/solid Burma Teak stem, keelson, horn timber, transom, house, cockpit & deck with box construction Sitka Spruce mast & boom.

The boat features ample deck space topside, large foredeck, large cockpit, stand-alone seated pilot station center console w/360º walk around. Below, you find a roomy galley to Port w/4 burner gimbaled stove/oven/broiler, ice box & ample food lockage under counters & under deck to Port. Just below 2 Starboard, a Navstation w/ FURUNO RADAR, ICOM M-604 VHF, GPS/Nav. computer side by side w/traditional navigation apparatus to include a Sextant, scopes, etc., aft Water Closet is just forward.

Down below, a lofty portion of headroom at near 7’. Main Salon to Starboard, a double berth w/bookshelf above, under deck. Below is stepless deck sole of Teak & Holly & the entire interior is varnished Teak. To Port, Main Salon features a U shaped settee w/turning table w/single berths upper & lower & large under seat stowage. Brass reading lamps w/large brass WC Oil Yacht Lantern, 6" “striking" ship's clock, barometer & clinometer adorn the salon & berths.

The Main Salon also features a large clear hatch in the housetop overhead, 4, 14” bronze portlights & 4 full cabin side deadlights aft. WC w/shower foreward to Port w/ample linen, toiletry, first-aid and supplies stowage & large stowage, Oil Skin locker to Starboard. Owner’s Stateroom is foreward with chain locker/focsle & forepeak stowage, forward.

NAVSTATION; On-board Electronics - FURUNO VX2 RADAR/Chartplotter/SONAR, FURUNO GPS33, C-MAP Wides, Nav computers, video editing, photography, publishing, writing, emailing, surfing (net), DVD viewing (yes, 200+ movies too) and other computer needs for underway & abroad in addiction to the on-board instruments lab and data acquisition equipment. Printers for printing needs to include; Data acquisition reports, SAT WX GRIB downloads, chart/regions and bathymetrics, photograph & travel doc print outs. Communications; ICOM M-604 VHF radiotelephone with 2X remotes & ICOM VHF handhelds, JRC/Kenwood TKM-707 SSB Radiotelephone, iSatPhone & GSM cell phones. Safety/signaling equipment and supplies; far beyond required, full on board SOLAS level kits as well as fire fighting equipment.

Topside, the boat is rigged with all bronze hardware, large fore deck, large walk around decks, large aft deck, full vessel lifeline with blue water sailing mesh netting & large cockpit with walk around center pilot station w/binnacle, remote ICOM VHF mic/speaker/controller, RAYHEON Wind, Speed & Depth gauges at the pilot station, RAYMARINE Wind & FURUNO GP33 forward, on the aft bulkhead of the house, SIMRAD/Robertson Autopilot control head in companionway, with remote at pilot station. On the transom cap rail stands a 316SS tower w/Aerogen 6 Wind turbine, SOLAR panel, 2, FURUNO GPS receivers, 2nd. VHF and long range WiFi antennas, ACR GlobalFix Pro GPS EPIRB and over water aft & aft deck lights. EQ- 3 battery banks to include, double "8D" house, "Group 27 F" engine room, reverse osmosis fresh water maker, 200W & 2000W Sine wave inverters.

There are NO washer/dryers, microwaves or HAIR dryers onboard! The boat carries an extensive supply of engine & rigging parts, tools, supplies & equipment, stowed "in-the-ready" on-board. Tender(s) 2 ZODIAC's, outboard; Evinrude 4.5HP Deluxe & YAMAHA 6HP. For beginners or experienced, a complete sailing experience includes gaining proficiency w/RADAR, SONAR, GPS, Chartplotters, Satellite WX, SSB & VHF Radiotelephones, SAT eMail/Internet, paper chart plotting & course logging, log entry, setting the sails, the rig, keeping watch, maintaining the vessel and systems, prepping meals, whale and cetacean research to include identifying, tracking and recording whales, dolphins, other cetaceans and marine mammals, as well as water quality sampling, pollution tracking, etc. There's a lot more, but, you probably get the jist from what has been mentioned. Contact the vessel if you are interested in crewing aboard. navstation at sailingjandy DOT com


sailing buddy

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:32 f
Location: United States
Destination: Local sailing
Logged in: 32 minutes ago

bosailor: Seeking an enjoyable male sailing buddy for weekend sails, sails to Catalina.

Inexperienced in sailing OK, I can teach you sailing. Pleasant youthful personality preferred.


Competent crew

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:14 m
Location: Grenada
Destination: Australia
Logged in: 1 hours ago

alanbe: I will be Sailing from Panama in early April and into the Pacific to Australia and I am looking for competent, confident crew with the right attitude for long term - at least 2 - 3 month or longer. This will be a leisurely cruise exploring the pacific islands and meeting the locals plus other likeminded people. Though safety come first the fun is mandatory :-).
Ages 40+ preferred though will consider anyone with the right attitude - female, males and couples are most welcome.
Should this interest you please ask me for more details, thank you.
Please note this is an unpaid position and a contributions towards food running costs of the boat will be negotiable and I supply linen, towels, snorkelling gear and fun, thank you.

Full n By

crew wanted

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:65 f
Location: New Zealand
Destination: New Zealand
Logged in: 1 hours ago

Full n By: Coastal cruising starting in nov. Passage to Fiji in May.


circumnavigating seeking female crew

Crew wanted: Friendship/Relationship
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:40 f
Location: United States
Destination: Panama
Logged in: 1 hours ago

Aloha Sailor Girls,

I am setting out on a very slow circumnavigation from Florida in January 2016. I have been planning and working towards this dream for a long time. The original plan was for my girlfriend and I to sail the world but that didn't work out :( So now I have some friends joining me. It's one, possibly two younger couples for the first several months. Unfortunately, this makes me the 3rd or 5th wheel, either way not as much fun lol. I am wanting to find someone who is up for an amazing adventure and a romantic relationship. I am USCG 100ton Master Captain with around 9000 sea miles. I do not smoke or do drugs. I like to have big adventures and crazy fun but as safe as possible. I am looking for a woman younger than 35 as I still would like to possibly have kids. If this sounds like something for you, message me and I will answer any questions you have.



Pre Xmas Ferry Brisbane / Southpor to Cofffs Harbour , Port Stephens, Broken Bay

Crew wanted: Competent Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:15 m
Location: Australia
Destination: None
Logged in: 1 hours ago

Bombora08: Hoping to get my 50ft cutter to Port Stephens or further south , depending on weather etc.- Hobart in the new year .
Leaving Brisbane around the 17th December , sailing South till Xmas, or I can go on to the 28th before leaving the boat for a week.
Looking as minimum 2 competent crew , would have to be able to take a watch.
I have only just bought this boat, so still learning stuff about it. I have been sailing a long time , but more day and coastal sailing , so looking to expand my own knowledge on this trip and further south in tough waters. More details I can provide .

inner ocean

Crew spot available aboard 47 foot cat.

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:15 m
Location: Panama
Destination: Panama
Logged in: 1 hours ago

inner ocean: sailing a 47 foot catamaran with all the fun stuff aboard, kayaks, surfboards, snorkling gear including spear guns. etc beautiful destinations. fresh fish dinners, surfing, kite boarding, snorkeling etc. i am an experience captain with over 30 years sharing ocean adventures. I run a combo of charters and cruising where we all pitch in. you get a say in where the boat goes next, the boat becomes your home. and all the tools aboard become yours to use. Note, I do not have any paid crew spot for green crew but do offer on occasion a crew in training spot where you pay a small amount to cover expensive aboard. sailing in and around bocas del toro down to san blas islands and beyond these days. Captain Pete


Hawaii to LA

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:15 m
Location: United States
Destination: United States
Logged in: 1 hours ago

Liquidflight888: Moving a Tayana 48 from Hawaii to LA in August, might take one more crew. I've done the route 30+ times, ex youngest solo circumnavigator, six Sydney Hobart's etc, more about me here:

Email me at:

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