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    • 38ft Roberts 38 Offshore
    • Australia
    • Checked in 2 days ago


2019, another years sailing.
Returned home to Cairns last week. Beautiful sail back, beam reaching, 86 hours to cover 510 NM

Looking forward to sail/dive north and south from Cairns.

Weather up this way have been beautiful, last 4 weeks, looks to spend more than a few days in port.
Spring and early summer is the best time to get out on the water in North Queensland. Water is still 25c but will rise to 30 over summer.
Easy sailing, clean water, just need to catch some ?.

This is not a tourist sailing trip. I live onbord year round. Might even do some maintaince, while on anchor. This is my permanent home, please treat it well.....

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  • Crew positionFriendship

  • Availability 21 Nov 2019 until 1 Jan 2019

  • Expenses to/from vesselPaid by crew

  • Expenses onboardContribution on a shared basis

  • Team / SoloNot important

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  • TypeSailing Yacht

  • ClassificationDhoni

  • Make/modelRoberts 38 Offshore

  • Length38 feet

  • Berth3

  • Sailing from Australia , Cairns

  • Sailing to Australia

  • Language spoke aboardEnglish

  • Boat descriptionYacht Seagoon is a long term cruising yacht. 69000nm under the keel so far. Been cruising Pacific waters and Australia since 1991 Seagoon is safe, strong and will always get to the next anchorage. Behind this is lots of work keeping the yacht in good condition so I'm always ready to take of for a new trip. I have a satellite phone for emergency and a few text messages. Life jackets w safety harness. All safety gear, no life raft, use my big inflatable dinghy as a life raft. only 2 rules while sailing. No 1 "Don't fall of" No 2 "Read No 1 again slowly" I have dive compressor and 2 tanks, weight belts. Good dinghy w 9.8 hp outboard motor. Main engine was installed in 2012, Volvo Penta D1-30F just a little 3 cylinder diesel. Since 2013 I have run a volunteer solar project around the islands of Louiseades Archipelago, Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. Up till now I have 60 villages with lights in the houses of some kind, all renewable power. Cruising Helmsman magazine gave me a nice write up in there March mag Wellcome onbord https://m.facebook.com/LouisiadeSolaLightProject/?ref=bookmarkswww.youtube.com/hansoleclemmensen for more vidio about the project

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  • NationalityAustralia

  • Age64

  • GenderMale

  • Fluent languages Danish

  • Basic knowledge of Norwegian

  • Qualifications CYA Coastal Navigation

  • Sea Miles 10,000+

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