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ATLANTIC Portugal-Morocco- Canarys on to Brazil

I have a few spots open for crew looking to sail the Atlantic Portugal, Morocco to the Canary Islands this Winter 2019 (LEAVING END OF NOVEMBER).

This is a large, wooden, traditional Polynesian boat. No plastic bucket. This is a unique opportunity to live off-the-grid, organically, rough, and salty. You might get the chance to chase down goats, conserve meat, bottle fish, and even navigate yourself across the ocean using the sun and stars—all like the pirates used to do.

I supply the ship, the know how, loads of history, and plenty action.

Expenses (food, fuel, and clearances) will be shared by all of those aboard, so please have some funds. (PORTUGAL TO CANARIES TRIP PRICED PER PERSON PER WEEK). You will [learn to] sail and work the boat. You will be expected to share duties such as watches, cooking, and washing dishes. Please don't be a picky eater, the trip will be tough on vegans/vegetarians. If you need special foods, bring them. Crew have their own hull for sleeping, with individual bunks. Bring loads of time and an open mind, the rest should take care of itself.


So, are you a pirate?

Looking forward to meeting the prospects
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  • Crew positionNovice Crew

  • Availability Available now for the foreseeable future

  • Expenses to/from vesselPaid by crew

  • Expenses onboardPaid by crew

  • Team / SoloNot important

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Vessel

  • TypeSailing Yacht

  • ClassificationDhoni

  • Make/modelCustom Catamaran Oceanic 75

  • Length22 metres

  • Berth10

  • Sailing from Portugal , Portimao

  • Sailing to Morocco , Canary Islands

  • Language spoke aboardEnglish

  • Boat descriptionCustom build, 75 feet, materials used is wood, sleeps 12, EPIRP, VHF, GPS, mostly we sail—when it's fast it's fast and slow is slow. 40hp Engine, spare sails, two dingys, life jackets, a good sound system, no noisy generators, snorkeling equipment for all, surfboards for some and by and large no nasty habits :)) This ship has crossed the Atlantic five times all safe n sound average of 22 days to the Caribbean and an average of 25 days back from the Caribbean. So yes she is safe.

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Skipper

  • NationalityGerman

  • Age46

  • GenderMale

  • Fluent languages English
    French
    German

  • Basic knowledge of Portuguese
    Spanish

  • Qualifications CYA Yachtmaster Offshore
    RYA Oceanmaster

  • Sea Miles 10,000+

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