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Old 06-22-2013, 02:01 AM   #1
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Default Rhode Island to Fl Keys

1. Boat Name, Hailing Port, including country:
S.V. Perseverate, Rhode Island, USA

2. Type and size of boat:
Allied Mistress, 39ft center cockpit cutter ketch.

3. Will the boat's owner be aboard (yes/no):
yes

4. What is the relationship of the skipper to boat owner if owner won't be aboard (Relative/friend, Employee/delivery skipper):
Same as

5. How many other crew will be aboard during this passage:
1

6. How many children will be aboard during this passage:
1

7. Children's ages (infant through 18 y.o.):
under 1 year

8. How many pets (and type) will be aboard during this passage:
1 cat

9. Present boat location (Port including Country):
N.Kingstown, Rhode Island

10. Starting point of passage advertised for crew:
Rhode Island or there abouts

11. Approximate date trip will start (month/year):
Late September

12. Approximate length of trip:
As long as it takes

13. Expected destination of trip:
Florida Keys

14. Duties crew member will be expected to perform:
Watch-stander, cooking, cleaning, MUST be good with kids

15. Desired sailing experience level for crew member to already have:
None required, some preferred, but skipper is a 200ton MCA Ocean Yachtmaster and willing to teach.

16. Expected daily cost-share for trip (in US Dollar):
No cost for single crew member, 15 dollars/day for second person if a partner wants to come along.

17. Skipper states that the expected daily cost-share stated is for FOOD only and doe not include fuel, boat operating costs, marina fees, or any other expenses of cruising nor for profit (yes/no):
cost-share is for food only, must get yourself too and from the boat and pay for most amenities ashore (alcohol etc)

For crew, we note that other reasonable expenses which crew may be expected and prepared to pay themselves include visa, travel to-and-from the boat, alcohol, eating and drinking in port, transportation in port.

18. Include other information which may be use
Trip is on no specific timeline... we are cruisers not delivery crew. Trip will likely be some ICW and some outside.
Crew may stay on for trip to the keys and as long after as everyone is getting along... definite tentative plan is Keys this winter, Scandinavia next summer, then back to the caribbean, then back to the Med... and onward where the wind takes us...

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age, physical disabilities, dietary restrictions, sailing experience, experience with infants, allergies, other medical conditions, time restrictions... and anything else you think may be important.
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UPDATE: At this time our crew position has been filled.

thanks for the interests.
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UPDATE: At this time our crew position has been filled.

thanks for the interests.
Hello, my father and his 1st officer are planing a trip from RI to FL.
Only their destination will be steahatchee.
Is there a way to sail/motor sail through mainland FL instead of going up and around the whole coast of FL?
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Hello, my father and his 1st officer are planing a trip from RI to FL.
Only their destination will be steahatchee.
Is there a way to sail/motor sail through mainland FL instead of going up and around the whole coast of FL?
There is a Lake Okeechobee Waterway system, but it is so far South and somewhat limited in clearance and draft as not to be much help (IMHO) but, it does cut off 165 NM. Here are the limits and link:
Navigation Depth (Based on 2007 Channel Condition Survey) Route 1 = 7.94' Navigation Depth (Based on 2008 Channel Condition Survey) Route 2 = 6.14' Bridge Clearance = 49.83'

http://www.offshoreblue.com/cruising/okeechobee.php

There was a Northern route planned, but the "Cross Florida Barge Canal" was started in the 70's and then scraped at about 10% completion.

The part that was built North of Crystal River (next to the Nuke power plant), is being converted into "Port Citrus". But it will be a Gulf access only.

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UPDATE 2:
The crew position is reopened due excessive elicit drug use.

So still looking for crew for the above listed trip.
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Hi,

Not sure if you are still looking for crew, but I would be happy to go along. I'm a recent college grad, taught small boat sailing for two summers (US Sailing Level 1), worked this last summer at a boat manufacturer. Completely clean, don't smoke or drink. Currently located in central MA if you would like to meet me.

Thanks!
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Hi. I am still greatly interested in this trip and would be available at anytime. If you would like to discuss this in greater detail or feel you may have a use for me aboard, feel free to text, call or write at 937-520-8616 or shawn.nye1985@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
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