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Joel86

Shared expense learning to sail on my Hunter 40.5 - ASA101 to ASA106

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:41 f
Location: United States
Destination: Panama
Logged in: 2 minutes ago

Joel86: I have just brought a sailboat, a Hunter Legend 40.5, and I am sailing from Miami to Panama over about 10-14 days from the 18th of Feb. Shard expense for the instructor captain ($4000 is his fee) and shared expense provisioning. This way is cheaper then going to a sailing school, and will be a custom learning experience, learning ASA 101, 103, 104, 105, 106. I am looking for 1 or 2 other people to join me.
Little about me: I am a 28yo male from Australia.

I look forward to meeting you!

kalahari

Crew Member

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:38 f
Location: United States
Destination: Bahamas, The
Logged in: 10 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.

thefilmguy

circumnavigation

Crew wanted: Chef
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:38 f
Location: United States
Destination: None
Logged in: 16 minutes ago

thefilmguy: Looking for cook and watch crew . No experience necessary. Based in Florida. Shake down hops around Carrribean. Atlantic crossing to Canary Islands and then the Med. Then back across the Atlantic and around the world from there.
I started out racing little Hobie Cats when I was ten. I have been on the water a little while. Just to be clear this is a non paid position. I will spring for on board expenses including food.

cbrooks07

Skipper on Catamaran - St Marteen

Crew wanted: Captain/skipper
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:50 f
Location: Saint Martin
Destination: None
Logged in: 23 minutes ago

cbrooks07: Need skipper/captain commercially endorsed for 2 week to 1 month cruise in the St Marteen vacinity.

Wally One Captain

Wally One - Sailing Charters

Crew wanted: Hostess/Steward
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:83 f
Location: Portugal
Destination: No specific country (Europe)
Logged in: 35 minutes ago

Wally One Captain: Looking for hard work and Professional Crew

SV Bonanza

Female crew member

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:44 f
Location: No specific country (Caribbean)
Destination: None
Logged in: 36 minutes ago

SV Bonanza: Crew will be able to stay onboard all the time.
Great oportunity to earn sailing experience and exploring Islands, to know places, cultures and customs around the world.

Chance2012

Sailing from St Lucia around Caribbean

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:13 m
Location: Saint Lucia
Destination: British Virgin Islands
Logged in: 38 minutes ago

Chance2012: Iv'e just completed Atlantic ARC and will be returning from UK to sail from St Lucia on 1st February 2015. Mooring fees paid now until 10th February so will be based in St Lucia for a week or so.Intentions are to just island hop for a couple of months after,
Looking for crew to come sailing and make friends.
Please feel free to ask what ever questions you want.













Open to ideas.

CaptRonAlan

It has to be fun.

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:31 f
Location: Dominica
Destination: No specific country (Caribbean)
Logged in: 48 minutes 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).

tropicalsailor

Tropical Adventure

Crew wanted: Recreational Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:10 m
Location: Trinidad and Tobago
Destination: None
Logged in: 1 hours ago

tropicalsailor: Hello fellow travellers, I have a beautiful little classic Bobcat catamaran. She is quite ideal for exploring rivers and wetlands. She also sails on the lightest breath of wind. I am generally based in Chaguaramas, Trinidad and have been doing a series of adventure trips to an river in Venezuela called Manamos. This river is part of the Orinoco Delta. In would like to venture further and further afield into this amazing wetland with its abundant wildlife.
I am offering to take along crew, I do want to charge $200 per week per person and the to share other costs. I live very simply so the other costs generally don't come to much. I can do a minimum of a two week trip from Chaguaramas but would like tondo longer trips even three months to get to the mouth of the Orinoco and back to Trinidad via the Atlantic and Tobago. The costs are not high and the little I charge is to cover my costs and boat maintenance. For longer trips I am happy to negociate a better price. Okay, ive just had confirmation, I will be leaving for the Orinoco delta on the 2nd of February and returning on the 28th. I have space for one maybe two more people.

pauldsf

navigation in South Pacific

Crew wanted: Competent Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:11 m
Location: French Polynesia
Destination: Malaysia
Logged in: 1 hours ago

pauldsf: Hello,
I am solo sailors, on my way for a long trip around the world, but I enjoy to sail with good companies particularly for long distances trip. As a wooden boat builder and naval architect I am planing to explore area with interesting maritime culture. Now, I am in French Polynesia and I am planing to sail up to Indonesia via Tonga, Samoa, Fidji, Tuvalu, Tiribati, Marshall groupe; Mélanesia, Micronesia, Philippine and Malaysia Starting in beginning of May.
You are welcome to visit my blog at: https://skuavoilier.wordpress.com/
Looking forward to hear from you
Paul


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