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Westerly Fulmar

Westerly Fulmar , added by Ra Te

Sloop 31.92' Beam 10.92' Draft 5.25'
Displacement 9900 lbs Ballast: 4210 lbs.
POWER Bukh DV20

DesignWesterly Fulmar

Hull Colourcream

Built 1983

ConstructionGlass Reinforced Plastic

Registered inToronto, Ontario, Canada

We are Looking for Crew

Westerly Fulmar is looking for full or part time crew members..

InterestDelivery, Cruising

WhenHolidays, Long-term

WhereSan Andres, Colombia

Financial Shared contribution (max £25 / €30 / $35 per day)

Travel costs Paid by crew

NotesSan Andres, Colombia to Florida or Texas, when I get crew, hopefully mid april. https://www.crewbay.com/boats/recreational. Click on Find Boat. In keyword type in "San Andres to Florida Keys" Route planned may change according to situation. San Andreas, Caymans, Mujeres, Florida and/or Texas. Need crew, one/two persons. Watch Duty Repairs etc. Lloyd's certified boat,lots of equipment.Using Chris Parker, meteorologist to guide with weather, routing and advice. He is the guru of guiding boats in the Caribbean and is well respected by boaters for his advice including delivery captains. If you have sailing knowledge then so much the better. However it is important to me as to your character and skills that you have. XXX I would therefore need A RESUME, and at least 2 REFERENCES with phone #s of people who know you in general. They must be verifiable on the internet as to their phone #s, could be past employer(s), professional, such as accountant, prof., doctor, person of clergy, any religion including Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, etc... Must have references for safety purposes only but does not need fancy qualifications. XXX If you do not have references then please pass this by as I am not interested. What skills do you have. Would be nice to have mechanical (engine), electrical skills. Share in food, fuel and cruising fees only. Must prove funds available to fly out of US and passport acceptable for countries going through valid of at least 7 months. I would like to have at least 1 and possibly 2 crew. So you would pay your share of the expenses as 1/3rd or 1/2. Hope to leave around March 20th, 2018 I expect it to take about 2-3 weeks depending on winds. I use a weather forecaster, and route planner, Chris Parker out of Florida. He is considered the guru of Caribbean sailing and is used by delivery captains, and cruisers and sailors. Very reliable. Boat- Westerly 32, Fulmar sailboat, fin keel, good reputation English boat. If it says new, then it is new within last 2 years. Installed a new Simrad Nav. System with radar including a depth sounder. -New auto pilot. -A new arc or tower to support 2 solar panels and inflatable dingy. -A new wind generator with special quiet blades -A new Ritchie bulkhead compass -A new dodger -Replaced most interior lights with LED lights -A new Fortress #23 anchor and Rocna. -New EPIRB -To keep in touch with Chris Parker-New Sat Phone(InReach Explorer) New Sony SSB receiver (don't know operation) Regarding Equipment: 1. 2 liferafts for 6 persons but they have not been re-certified. 2. inflatable tender with oars. 3. Marine VHS with GPS and AIS receiving only, several handhelds. Rules- No alcohol while boat is moving at sea. No smoking in boat- outside okay away from the wind. You will be required to sign a waiver. I am the captain. If you have more knowledge than me in a certain area, then I may defer to you in certain areas only.

From20 Apr 2018

Until05 May 2018

 

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