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Old 07-12-2007, 03:01 PM   #1
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Hello fair travellers!

I haven't visited this great blog for a while, since I was in Australia in fact.

The time has come to raise sail again. I'm in the south of France and I'm just looking for like minded ppl willing to help a stranded traveller.

I was hoping to make it to Australia or New Zeeland this year or the beginning of the next one.

Since this is an introduction I should proceed with it : I'm 29, male, of mixt origin (romanian/french-canadian). In good health and spirit , non smoker and almost non-drinker.

I have an RYA competent crew cert. obtained in Austalia (in Ballina NSW on a 40" named Iron Bark). Unfortunately, I wasn't able to pursue that further so now I'm looking to work for passage towards Australia or New Zeeland. I'm a techie by trade and a chef by vocation. I have no problems with mechanical components (engine, a bit of electrics etc).

If it helps I also speak french, italian, spanish and romanian.

And ... BTW you can call me Raz. All my friends do it and since this is a friendly crew you can do the same.


Raz out

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Welcome aboard Raz - enjoy your stay.

I would suggest that you post the above to the "Crew Looking for Positions" board.

Good luck - let us know how things are going.


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Old 07-13-2007, 12:19 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Harbor_Pilot View Post

thank you

Is good to see that you guys are present and welcoming.

I will post into the crew part also

Fare well

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Originally Posted by xescuy View Post
I have an RYA competent crew cert. obtained in Austalia (in Ballina NSW on a 40" named Iron Bark).


Raz out
Was that the Iron Bark which sailed to the Antarctic? Were you on board then? If so, please tell us more of that trip.


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