More Crewing Posts Spring 2017
Here are a few more of the crewing posts from Lovesail members this spring. If you are interested in any of them then please log into your account and click on the crewing section link. If you are not a member of Lovesail then why not take a look at our friendly online dating and social networking site for sailing enthusiasts.
Blue water sailing in the Med
Looking for nice enthusiastic people wanting to sail in the Med with us. Boat is a BALTIC 55, top condition.
Leaving from Barcelona for round trips around the Islands, up to Sicily, but we can manage to pick you up on the way ; minimum duration one week. Price per person per week 250 euro, plus kitty fees (usually low, less than 20 euros per day). And I can also teach a lot of topics about sailing, astronavigation, etc… From April to June, or even July if some are strongly interested.
Golf du Lion to Corsica
I will be sailing my Beneteau First 375 from Gruissan, Narbonne east along the French coast and then cross ing to Corsica probably from Toulon. I will be sailing with a French boat , a second boat might join in. The route is served by airlines on the mainland as well as the island to join the voyage if need be. The plan is to leave in the first week in May returning at the end of June.
Planning to visit Australia’s East Coast this summer mid July to mid August. If anyone is cruising in the area and needs a hand on deck or galley it would be fun to share the experience!
Coastal Cruise British Columbia
I will be cruising the Coast of British Columbia from Approx May 7 2017 until end of August 2017. This is a round trip from Victoria to Prince Rupert and many destinations along the way. Looking for compatible female companion. A love of the ocean and nature is the biggest requirement. Sailing experience would be an asset but not a requirement. Vessel is a 30 foot Fisher Noreaster that is fully equipped and has latest electronics and new engine. Vessel is almost fully restored. I have made this trip 3 times and it could be approx 1,500 nautical miles.