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    • 52, United Kingdom
    • General (Europe)
    • Checked in 4 years ago
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  • Crew for Atlantic coast sailing in May/June

    We are currently sailing from the UK to the Mediterranean. We have got to the northern coast of Spain with help from some great crew off this site (see feedback). We have space on the next leg between La Coruna and Vigo (10 May to 22nd May) and then from Vigo...

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  • NationalityUnited Kingdom

  • Age52

  • GenderMale

  • Fluent languages English

  • Qualifications RYA Day Skipper Practical
    RYA Day Skipper Theory
    RYA Diesel Engine Maintenance
    Short Range VHF / GMDSS

  • Sea Miles 2,500 - 10,000

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  • TypeSailing Yacht

  • Make/modelLegend 36

  • Length11 metres

  • Berth5

  • Language spoke aboardEnglish

  • Boat descriptionDolly is a well maintained 2004 36 foot Hunter Legend. She is a comfortable cruising yacht and handles well. Navigational equipment includes electronic chart plotter, AIS receiver and radar. Standard Safety equipment for this type of yacht.

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Amazing boat and people


I spent over a week on board Dolly, she is a great boat, both in terms of sailing and accommodation. Jonathan and Bruce are lovely people and they know their boat well! I recommend them to anybody who want to have a great time sailing

9th May 2019

I spent a fantastic week sailing from Lymington to Lorient with Jonathan and Bruce


Jonathan and Bruce couldn't be easier to get along with and Dolly is an excellent yacht. It made the trip from Lymington to Lorient excellent, they even arranged some decent weather and a visit from dolphins! I would highly recommend joining the crew of Dolly if you have the chance.

9th Apr 2019

Prepared and ready


Jonathan and Bruce had a well prepared yacht ready for the passage. Both in material and manning terms, alot of thought was put in prior to embarking on the Med trip. Seamanship practice was good, as was general boat handling and confidence in sail. Cleanliness, hygiene standards and work ethos was as you'd expect from increasingly experienced sea goers. Great attitide. Both are relaxed and good natured and fun to sail with, afloat or ashore and I'd be very happy to sail anywhere with them again.

4th Apr 2019

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