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Looking for a nice crew to sail in Greece

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:13 m
Location: Greece
Destination: Greece
Logged in: 4 minutes ago

SYSailLaVie: Hi
2014 year trip around Aegean Sea is done.
It was very interesting also due to a contacts from Crew Bay.

Probably for the next year season I can also invite a crew with and without sailing experience on comfortable and well set up privately owned sail boat Bavaria 42 Cruiser (2005) with a nice skipper :-)

We speak English, German, Polish and Russian

Please note:
No smoking on board!
I do not offer any commercial or paid positions!
This proposal is addressed only to couples and single women!
Single guys have to find another opportunity.

If you are interested pls drop me a line.

S/V Callipygian

Wander the Caribbean

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:45 f
Location: Puerto Rico
Destination: Grenada
Logged in: 1 hours ago

S/V Callipygian: Callipygian could be described as a backpacker hostel on the water. She's not a fancy luxury yacht, but she is a safe, strong and comfortable little ship to take on lots of crew to explore the world. If you are looking for an inexpensive way to wander through some tropical islands, this could be a good fit.

I will have some bunks opening up around the middle of January. We'll be in Puerto Rico at that point, which is easy and cheap to fly into. From there, we will sail to the US Virgin islands, British Virgin Islands, and continue south until hurricane season forces us to hang out in Grenada and/or Trinidad for the summer.

Don't expect a fast-paced tour of the Caribbean. I prefer to sit in a quiet anchorage for a few days (even a week or more), fishing, diving, wandering on shore and building bonfires on the beach.

I like crew to stay onboard for at least a month (assuming we all get along). Longer is better. everyone onboard shares in cooking, cleaning, and sailing the boat. I don't care about past experience, but I do expect new sailors to actively learn how the boat works. Nothing is more frustrating than crewmembers telling me they want to learn to sail, but then never opening a book, asking a question, or taking part in sailing the boat.

I am a very experienced skipper/owner. I am young, but have over 25,000 miles under my keel, including two Pacific crossings from Mexico to Australia (both as an owner, but more importantly, both very safe and enjoyable trips) Every time we pick up anchor, peoples' lives are in my hands. I take safety very seriously, and expect crew to do the same.


part time Hostess needed

Crew wanted: Friendship/Relationship
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:12 m
Location: United States
Destination: Bahamas, The
Logged in: 1 hours ago

johnislamdboy: Hostess for part time position

Mood Indigo

Mediterranean sailing trip leaving UK mid May 2015

Crew wanted: Competent Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:30 f
Location: United Kingdom
Destination: Greece
Logged in: 1 hours ago

Mood Indigo: I'm heading off for another trip to the Med in May 2015 and would be happy to hear from anybody who is either looking for experience or collecting miles. Must be happy to undertake share of watchkeeping and liveaboard chores. Email me in the first instance if you would like more details.


It has to be fun.

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:31 f
Location: Antigua and Barbuda
Destination: No specific country (Caribbean)
Logged in: 2 hours ago

CaptRonAlan: The crew I am looking for will be fun, no drama. I want compatible people with a good sense of humor that can have intelligent articulate conversation. I want crew that will come through the occasional adversity with humor and desire to carry on. The crew needs to be physically fit, there is no windlass or electric winches on this boat, anchors and sheets are pulled in manually. The dingy may get rowed sometimes. There are no drugs of any kind on the boat, not even alcohol. I don't mind an occasional drink on other boats or ashore, but I avoid the part of the cruising scene that is saturated in alcohol. I go out of my way for fresh food. There will be cans to back up, but local fruits and vegetables are high priority. Under strained circumstances I will eat most anything, I expect the same out of the crew. If you have weird diet restrictions this is not the place for you. I do believe the AMA was correct when they tried several times to reclassify sugar as a toxin. I avoid sugar and processed foods as much as possible. Ultimately I want crew that has similar desires and beliefs. The crew needs to be good swimmers and not get sea sick easily. Since I have the expense of the boat and will do most of the upkeep I expect crew to do most of the cooking, cleaning and organizing. I expect crew to supply all their own personal items, plane fares, taxes, fees and share food expense and boat entry fees. It would be very helpful if crew had computer expertise of openCPN and other computer systems.

3 year old fast catamaran, no set schedule, probably spend the winter island hopping south to Tobago then west along S. Am. To Cartagena and San Blas islands. Diving, fishing and exploring remote/uninhabited anchorages. Ultimately want to be based in the Bahamas with the gorgeous water and fantastic sailing. The boat is being outfitted with this in mind. I am currently adding big solar panels, water maker, refrigeration and generator. The boat will actually be lighter because we will make water as we go, not carry big tanks, only emergency backup. If I have plenty extra power from the panels, I may add portable freezer also. I have a big full size awning for the huge cockpit. I have owned 5 mono-hulls over 20 years and sailed on more delivery boats than I can count. I have been across the Pacific and around the Caribbean, with many years in the Bahamas. I can do long passages but have little desire to. I have switched to catamarans as I no longer think mono-hulls make any sense. Previously I thought the average catamarans had poor performance, they were actually “Condomarans” or motor-sailors with twin diesels. Now I have discovered the Shuttleworth (and a few others) designs and realized a high performance catamaran can out sail a mono-hull to windward! In the past I noticed the biggest cruising expense was often gas for the dingy. I was constantly carrying jerry jugs full of gas along with the safety and dependability of a diesel engine. I have given up the weight, complexity, and upkeep of the diesel engine buried in the bilge and opted for a dependable 4-stroke outboard center mounted. The solar panels quietly replace the big alternator. Super efficient light weight equipment turns sluggish motor-sailing into luxury high performance sailing with way less motoring. Now the jerry jugs of gas supply not only the dingy out board, but the main engine and little Honda generator (emergency backup).

Sailing Aegean Islands, May 2015

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:48 f
Location: Greece
Destination: None
Logged in: 2 hours ago I will be navigating the world starting in the Med and cruising towards the South Pacific.
In the 2015 leg of the cruise, I will be launching in May from the west coast of Greece, Island hopping the Aegean until Oct.
If time permits, I will be sailing Tunisia, Egypt, Turkey,... Then off to to the Red Sea and Asia...

I am looking for one crew to assist aboard my S/Y. Must be passionate about every thing ''sailing'' and adventurous. Sea time not absolutely required.


Crew for 2015 Jeanneau 64

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:20 m
Location: British Virgin Islands
Destination: None
Logged in: 3 hours ago

rhg12_98: I am looking for an experienced Captain to potentially live aboard Jeanneau 64, to maintain the yacht and to Captain charter guests in locations throughout the Caribbean and Mediterranean. Mechanical skills are required. High social skills required. High moral conduct required.

Also, looking for 1st mate to cook, clean and look after charter guests during charter.

Starting date will be March of 2016.


Mallorca to Auckland

Crew wanted: Delivery Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:12 m
Location: Spain
Destination: New Zealand
Logged in: 3 hours ago

darreneckersley: I am setting off into the blue yonder on 12 January 2015
Off to Auckland and points between .will be going via panama. I am willing to consider option on part or whole trip. Boat is a 2001 lagoon cat with 4 double cabins. tested raft two epirb .
I am 52 owner skipper moving to New Zealand area for good ( maybe). I have many years of sailing under my belt with a previous crossing of the Atlantic. Dont want the trip to take years and i am planning to take only short stops along the way .


yet more adventures to share

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:12 m
Location: Trinidad and Tobago
Destination: None
Logged in: 3 hours ago

mistress: Looking for crew to share further adventures...

Since August 2013 I have sailed Mistress up and down the eastern Caribbean between Saint Martin and Trinidad. We´ve visted Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Barts, Montserrat, Guadeloupe (including three of it´s own islands), Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent (plus much of the Grenadines), Grenada and Tobago. Accompanying me at various times have been my ex partner, Thomas, Susanne, Vee, Marion, Allan, Laura, Michael, Pia, Maria, Marina, Meg, Renie and others who´ve hitched a ride.

I am now in Trinidad for the second time and from here, who knows? Guyana, Venezuela, or just head up island again - I do not know. Whatever I choose to do, I’d rather have some crew/travel companions before I move on again so I’ve posted some new adverts.

You don’t need sailing experience to join the boat but ideally you will enjoy sailing and not get seasick!

Please note - I’m seeking like-minded crew and travel companions for ongoing adventures rather than island hoppers simply looking for passage from A to B.

If you are a couple, sorry, I don't think I can handle that right now (recently broke up).

I don´t care about your age, gender, sexuality, race or nationality but you must have valid passport etc to travel and be able to communicate well in spoken English.

If you speak other languages, especially French or Spanish then that´s a huge bonus.

You should work well as part of a team; be good humoured; tolerant; considerate and ideally without too much baggage as it’s not huge boat!

I am most interested in compatibility.

I’m vegetarian. Strictly speaking you don’t need to be but food onboard will be and there’ll be no fishing.

I’m on a low budget and ideally you’d be operating at a similar level. You need to be able to cover your share of food, drink, fuel, cooking gas, consumables and shore based travel and activities. That seems to amount to10US$ to 15US$ per day. Achieving this mean not eating out at restaurants every day or hanging out in bars all night. On shore you should be at ease with walking, hitching or taking buses rather than hoping in a taxi everywhere. Also, don’t expect the convenience and comfort of marinas - we’ll be at anchor.

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. I’m not going to pick crew based on one line messages. If you have online profiles (such as couchsurfing or facebook), please include links.

If you’ve written before (perhaps via findacrew, crewbay or some other web based system) and not received a reply then feel free to email again.

Don´t hesitate to ask questions but please don´t ask if I am still looking for crew (if I am still sailing then I am still interested in crew).



PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE contact me by email instead of hitting reply here gringobenATgmailD0TC0M

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sekiper Hostess Amateur crew

Crew wanted: Captain/skipper
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:14 m
Location: France
Destination: Greece
Logged in: 3 hours ago

aloha12: Hello everyone
Lagoon 450 New one and well-equipped,,
Couple Friends from Mexico,,
Planning to cross the med, want to add interesting people
Skipper with experience in crossing the med. Deckhand
Going out France Atlantic side ..
Galibertr Spain France Italy Greece
someone who knows and has experience navigating tracks Marinas
And of course experience in 450
  15,4,2015 France Departure
Planning to the end of September in Greece
Hostess/Steward Recreational Crew or anyone who thinks that can contribute something special to sail,,,
Priority for vegetarians
Please contact

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