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Deckhand - Temporary / Seasonal - $Min 500 USD - United States

When:
June 1, 2023 to September 15, 2023

Where:
Newport, RI to the East coast of Newfoundland and back to Newport.

Postion:
Looking for a capable crew hand with experience, I have mostly had female crew in the past and it’s been a good fit (happy to provide references). Open to working with men as well.

Requirements:
- Some sailing experience/knowledge necessary but could be trained over a couple of weeks if you do not have larger vessel experience. You must know at the very least your points of sail and have experienced them on the water.
-Physically fit with good balance and stamina
-Knowing if you get sea sick would be nice
-No smoking
-No drugs.
-Light drinking, social or no drinking. No drinking while underway.
-Able to live in a confined environment for days at a time and entertain yourself
-Enjoy being outdoors, hiking etc

What is expected:
-Day and night watch standing (between three to four hours shifts) when underway.
-Sharing in the cooking and cleaning
-Positive outlook

What you can expect:
-A skipper with over 50K, many of them offshore, who favors safe decisions and that listens to the needs and suggestions of the crew
-Well kept boat with very good sailing abilities
-Your own cabin/shared bathroom
-All vessel costs and food paid for

Pay: dependent on skill level and negotiable. No one will get onboard without some sort of pay.

Info about the trip:
-Leave from Newport RI and cruise southern New England for crew and skipper to learn to work together.
-Leave around July 1 for Nova Scotia.
- Several stops along the east coast of Nova Scotia.
-French Islands of St Pierre et Miquelon/South West coast of Newfoundland and East Coast of Newfoundland.
-May cruise in tandem with another vessel
-I may have my wife and or daughters or one couple onboard for portions. Should that happen crew would not be expected to do more. Everyone contributes equally to daily life on board (cooking and cleaning).

About myself: My wife and I have raised two daughters, and we spent 4 years cruising and living on the boat with them. I consider myself open minded and enjoy good discussions. I have taught sailing (three years) and have been a charter skipper (nine years). I can provide references from former crew for people who are serious about getting onboard as well as a complete resume.

Typically I would like to have a couple of face to face chats and if possible references from former skippers/crew you have sailed with in the past.

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Position

  • Crew positionDeckhand

  • Type of workTemporary / Seasonal

  • Availability 1 Jun 2023 until 1 Oct 2023

  • Salary $Min 500 USD

  • Expenses to/from vesselPaid by skipper / boat owner

  • Expenses onboardPaid by skipper / boat owner

  • Team / SoloNot important

  • InterviewSkype interview
    We will arrange a date and time that is convenient for us both

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Vessel

  • TypeSailing Yacht

  • Make/modelFreydis 46

  • Length46 feet

  • Berth26

  • Sailing from United States , Newport, RI

  • Sailing to Canada , St John

  • Language spoke aboardEnglish

  • Boat descriptionCénou is a "performance cruiser". It has a generous sail plan, a rotating winged mast and is kept light. Cénou is a fun boat to sail as it can sail above wind speed in light air and keeps conservatively 200+ miles/day averages offshore. While it does not have the interior volume of the larger more well known catamarans, there is plenty of space. The cockpit is very securing. The boat is well kept and looked after/upgraded as needed. - Safety: 6 pax liferaft (2018) Epirb 2018, one PLB and three AIS MOB devices. Sat phone, Garmin communication device, inflatable life jackets with harness, eight regular life jackets. - Electronics: Simrad plotter, radar, AIS. Furuno GPS, ICom radio, Raymarine Tri-Data portable radio. - Comfort: Large galley with one large fridge. Two toilets, one separate shower, heater. Three cabins. Radiator heating. Large solar array that provides on average 100% of electric needs. more info at www.sailthebue.com and Instagram @sailingtheblue

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Skipper

  • NationalityUS

  • Age58

  • GenderMale

  • Fluent languages English
    French
    Spanish

  • Qualifications 1st Aid
    USCG 100 Ton Master

  • Sea Miles 10,000+

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