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yacht.asia

Hostess Position available aboard 100ft sailing yacht in SE Asia

Crew wanted: Hostess/Steward
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:30 m
Location: Thailand
Destination: None
Logged in: 3 hours ago

yacht.asia: Hostess position available on our busy charter yacht that operates in SE Asia.

- Duties would include mainly housekeeping, laundry, ironing, cooking, assisting with food prep (chopping, cleaning prawns, defrosting, ), helping with deck duties , assisting with sailing, making teas, coffees, drinks etc.
- No previous experience on a yacht is required (full on the job training will be provided), some sailing experience is an advantage.
- Suitable for a fit, healthy female with a positive attitude who enjoys being a part of a hard working team.
- Assisting with the care and maintenance of the yachts equipment, tender, operating systems and engine room duties.
- You will be joining a small, highly professional team who have been providing top flight charters in South East Asia for the last 20 years
- Good remuneration and charter excellent tips.

BlueCaptain

Skipper/Owner

Crew wanted: Competent Crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:39 f
Location: United States
Destination: Malaysia
Logged in: 16 hours ago

BlueCaptain: Looking for good crew to share in the journey across the Pacific. Good personality, friendly, and willing to put in the work when required. Hope to have a friend when finished. Don't forget passport expiration date.

Stantheman

Phuket Trip

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:18 m
Location: None
Destination: Thailand
Logged in: 16 hours ago

Stantheman: Leaving Singapore to Phuket, 60 ft sloop. Looking for crew to assist watch keeping. Boats in great shape, easy sailing, great weather protection with hard top.

Normbali

Sailing around Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia

Crew wanted: Short Term Work
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:38 f
Location: Indonesia
Destination: Indonesia
Logged in: 1 days ago

Normbali: We're currently in Raja Ampat, West Papua, cruising the islands & working on community projects.
Sometimes our family is onboard other times Im on my own, so this is a good time to do running repairs & maintenance.

Theres plenty of opportunity to go snorkeling or diving ( you will need yr own scuba equipment or you can hire it locally)

Suitable for a Male or Couple

The boat has two crew cabins, one single and one double. She's very basic but is well equipped, safe and comfortable. Your main tasks would be, helping with electrical - incl solar and/ or doing small repairs/ carpentry with epoxy keeping the boat tidy, shared cooking & boat cleaning.

Norm

AtlantisMI

Visiting the world from the sea.

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Power Boat
Size:20 m
Location: Thailand
Destination: None
Logged in: 1 days ago

AtlantisMI: Update Nov/2016

Have cruised Indonesia for three months. In Singapore and will cruise Malaysia until Dec.

Off the boat for three weeks starting December. Slowly heading back to Australia/Fiji//New Zealand in 2017.

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2016 plans: Traveling from NZ to Australia, South East Asia and Philippines or Malaysia starting April/May. Possibly returning to New Zealand by the end of 2016, but plans have to be flexible.

Boat is two years old. Passage last year was from New Zealand to Fiji with two Danish Women as crew. In Fiji a woman trying to set a record for visiting every U.N. country joined as crew. We traveled to Tuvalu, Kiribati, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia and back to Fiji. I returned from Fiji to New Zealand solo. Reference is available.

During the boat's first year we traveled from New Zealand through New Caledonia, Solomon Islands, New Guinea, Palau and back to New Zealand through Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Trip North was with one, or two crew, return to New Zealand from Palau was planned as solo. Whole trip was 8,000 miles.

Boat is extremely well outfitted, safe and capable. It is heavily built out of aluminium with a non-stop range of 6,000 miles. Crewbay's Flybridge cruiser category isn't a fitting description, it's a very comfortable, well-fitted, short-handed open-ocean expedition cruiser.

Plans for this year still hold. I'm joining a rally from Australia through SE Asia, possibly visiting the Philippines, more likely Malasia. Cruising aboard "Atlantis" is a cross between recreational/leisure long-range cruising and expedition cruising. This year's trip, like the last two, is off the usual cruiser track. Tight schedules will not work.

Crew should be vital, fun-loving, hearty and enthusiastic about entertaining themselves in third-world environments. I usually travel alone, or with one crew. I've traveled with two others occasionally and rarely with three. Logistics are just easier with fewer people.

Small, respectful groups and visits and are more readily accepted in rural villages.

Specific experience isn't as important as being intrepid, agile and respectful. Travel aboard "Atlantis" requires that crew is comfortable with life on a boat, able to live life at sea and keep a respectful attitude toward foreign cultures and international travel.

----Repeating myself, because it is important------crew must be able to laugh at life. And they must take normal challenges that come with international travel by boat, in stride.

Women have been a better fit than men. Couples, even friends traveling together, haven't proven the best mix.

Lots more to talk about and consider-------Let me know about your thoughts or questions..................

sadf65

Sailboat looking for female deck hand / cook

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:20 m
Location: Malaysia
Destination: Japan
Logged in: 2 days ago

sadf65: Sailing in Thailand, Malaysia and heading for Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan.
The boat is skippered by very experienced owner.
This vacancy is a great chance for a person who want to learn more about sailing and get some milage.
www.dana-felicia.dk

Slyders

Serica : Sail Indonesian Rally

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:76 f
Location: Australia
Destination: Indonesia
Logged in: 2 days ago

Slyders: Indonesian rally

“The Event”
For centuries Indonesia has been a Mecca for sailing boats. First to the area were the Dutch and Portuguese adventurers, followed by the trading clippers taking spices to the world. In recent years cruisers have sailed 2 Indonesia for the countries natural assets;- great diving, amazing rain forests, wildlife, it's thousands of islands making up the biggest archipelago in the world and a truly outstanding cultural experience. On the east to west migratory track it's a given for the circumnavigating cruiser but the myriad rules and regulations of entry have seen many run foul of bureaucracy only to leave feeling frustrated and unsatisfied, until now.
Sail 2 Indonesia and their partners, the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism will look after all the details

“The Dates”
Depart Cairns 28 June 2016.
CLEARANCE out of Indonesia is at TANJUNG PINANG, Tanjung Pinang 20-24 October Rally ENDS
But vessel sailing on to Singapore...... and Puket Thailand crew could depart Singapore early November if desired.
Total journey 112-115 days of unbelievable sailing adventure. Part or all journey available.

“The Opportunity”
Serica a six cabin former luxury dive charter sailing vessel of 76 feet is looking for shared costs and duties crew on this 4 month Indonesian Rally.
Shared costs expected to be $30-$60/day plus food (allow $30/day) plus any visa costs and special function attendance costs. Alcohol is not provided and discouraged during ocean or prolonged passages.
What do you expect? An adventure holiday of a lifetime, great company, a bunk, reasonable use of all dive and fishing equipment and sailing until your hearts content.
Further event details can be obtained from the “Multihull Solutions Sail 2 Indonesian Rally” web site organized by the Island Cruising Association.
Get serious this is a trip of a lifetime for a budget price............ if you are keen to join the adventure register your interest today.

“Do I muster up?”
Experienced sailors, medical specialists or mechanical minded preferred but not a prerequisite for the journey. Must have a can do attitude and be prepared to get involved in activities and vest for life. Singles and 1 x couple welcome.

This vessel is on the start of a 5 year circumnavigation so the opportunities are endless.

Liberty in paradise

Crew wanted from EAST TIMOR to LA REUNION

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:15 m
Location: Timor-Leste (East Timor)
Destination: Reunion
Logged in: 3 days ago

Liberty in paradise: I am looking for crew on 15 meter motorsailer from East Timor (Indonesia) to La Reunion (South West Indian Ocean). Big, comfy, heavy ferro cement boat, doing 100-140 miles a day. With stopovers in Indonesia, Christmas Island, Cocos Keeling, Rodriguez Island, Mauritius. Food on a shared basis plus 3000 Euro per person for whole journey. Once in La Reunion, a French Colony, you can stay longer on boat. For every day you come before end of May and help with different works preparing the ship, 50 Euros deduction. Enquire about details!
Link to video about boat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3LdAuawz1I

MichaelKnupling

To the Crew

Crew wanted: Amateur crew
Vessel: Research Vessel
Size:100 f
Location: Thailand
Destination: Indonesia
Logged in: 4 days ago

MichaelKnupling: Looking for a Crew that fits in to the Boat and my live.
Like to do this what makes fun and sail there where fun is or just peace.
I am the new owner of this Girl > Amnesia<
Looking for a permanent Crew.
1st officer, Deckhand, and ...
Total of 4
Please send Resumee to:
michaelwoodman1@yahoo.com

Captain Grog

One Side of Malaysia to the Other

Crew wanted:
Vessel: Sailing Boat
Size:12 m
Location: Malaysia
Destination: Malaysia
Logged in: 4 days ago

Captain Grog: I built this lovely steel cruising yacht for fun and adventure. In the last two year I have sailed Blue Destiny from Perth, Australia, up the west coast and through the magnificent Kimberley region onto Darwin. From there across to Timor and along the Indonesian islands and onto Borneo. From there is was across the South China Sea across to the great islands off the east coast of Malaysia. Next leg is south around Singapore and up the Malacca Straight Langkawi and Puket. Maybe back around to the Philippines after that ...

No crew needed at this point ...

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