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Crew Available - Experienced Crew
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Jack Peycke   -   14 October 2017 at 00:22  Email:  
Hi, I’m looking for more opportunities to race. I’ve had extensive experience cruising aboard a Jeaunneau 45.2 and have my watch leader, with the dayskipper to follow next year. I have also raced in the UKSA ASTO small ships race and in the Round the Island race, both in a Sigma 38. While not hugely experienced on the racing side I am quick and eager to learn, and also young and agile enough to get around the boat.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Charlotte Jopling   -   18 September 2017 at 14:09  Email:  
I'm 27, although fairly new to the industry I have completed a Transatlantic (Lagoon 450), Yachtmaster Coastal, STCW10, Skipper Academy and Skippered cruise sail boats for 8 weeks this summer in the Med. I have cruising experience and very keen for racing experience.
Looking to crew most weekends over the winter to build my experience if anyone is looking for a highly motivated, very enthusiastic and super friendly crew member with a good sense of humour!
I look forward to hearing from you.
Rob Bath   -   30 May 2017 at 15:11  Email:  
Recently relocated to the UK from Australia and now based an hour from Hamble in Surrey. 17 Sydney to Hobart races (latest 2017), 2 Fastnet races (latest 2015) and several 505 World's. Looking for a position for 2017 Fastnet and all qualifying races. Keen participant in any role on the boat and seeking long term position with a competitive crew. Applying for temporary membership of the club with a view to making an ongoing commitment. Sailing CV available on request. Ongoing keelboat and off the beach experience. Self employed so sometimes flexible with time and ability to assist.
Call me on 07375080090 or email.
Neal Brewer   -   28 May 2017 at 16:30  Email:  
Hi I am looking for a boat for this offshore season and hopefully to include the Fastnet (I am looking to complete my 16th!) I have been sailing for the past 35 years doing offshore for the past 30 and have taken part in many offshores race, (see above); 3 Caribbean 600's, several Middle Sea Races as well as 3 Trans Atlantics, and 2 Pacific crossings. I have been foredeck crew, trimmer, navigator, helm and tactician. I am also a Yachtmaster Ocean Skipper holder.
I willing to lend my hand to anything, am a good team player and would welcome to the opportunity to join a crew looking to compete this year.
Please contact Neal Brewer the above email address.
Thank you in anticpation
Nigel Hadaway   -   02 May 2017 at 17:57  Email:  
A cowes and round the island race regular sibce 2007 but just come back from 2 years abroad. Have also been regular crew for jog and torc racing. Warsash etc. Sailed out the hamble a lot.

I've done foredeck on sigma 38s, sunfasts, J105s, beneteau firsts, frers and many others but can fall into any position.

And I'm available for the whole week although I just might have to double check with my wife!

RYA dinghy and keelboat instructor
Powerboat 2
Yachtmasters coastal theory

Also available for RTIR
Glen Sanford   -   28 April 2017 at 08:21  Email:  
I'm interested in a berth on a yacht planning to do the 2017 Rolex Fastnet race.
I'm travelling from Australia to stay at Gosport for a month from 14 July.
I have done 6 Rolex Sydney Hobarts and a host of other East Coast Australia races. I have 17000 sea miles. I navigate and trim. I can send a full Sailing CV.
Charlotte Jopling   -   12 April 2017 at 17:45  Email:  
I'm 27, although fairly new to the industry I have completed a Transatlantic (Lagoon 450), Day Skipper in Hamble, STCW10, in the process of doing Yachtmaster Offshore Theory Online and doing Skipper Academy in May. I have cruising experience and very keen for racing experience.
Looking to join a crew 21/22/23 April and 28/29/30 April weekends if anyone is looking for a highly motivated, very enthusiastic and super friendly crew member with a good sense of humour!
I look forward to hearing from you.
Louisa Briggs   -   04 April 2017 at 15:49  Email:  
Hello! I am 19 years old and in my first year at Plymouth University.
I am looking for some opportunities to gain more yacht racing experience during university holidays. I have sailed all my life (first outing on a yacht at 6 weeks!) and my experience is as follows:
~ Cruising on family yacht - Solent, Channel and South West coast.
~ Sailed a range of dinghies from Optimists to Laser Radial, taking part in club racing.
~ Summer 2016 - dinghy and keelboat instructor at UKSA in Cowes. Here I also took Racing in J80s.
~ Currently - University Yacht Club team: J80 Match Racing and the upcoming Student Yacht Nationals to be held in Portsmouth, April 2017.
~ Working towards my Day Skipper Qualification.
~ Royal Southern Yacht Club Academy member
I am a fun and friendly sailor and very keen to get more racing experience under my belt. I am comfortable in Pitt however happy to move around and learn the ropes elsewhere!
Send me an email or give me a call on 07522 577202.
Thank you!
Leo Britton   -   05 March 2017 at 13:59  Email:  
Hi, I am seeking racing and relief skipper opportunities. I worked for 5 seasons (8 months overseas) as a Sunsail Dinghy Instructor, 2 tallships races, 4 round the island races and recently delivered a club boat from Dublin to Falmouth via the Scilly Islands. I am preparing for the 2017 season by getting very fit at David Lloyd Port Solent. 34 years old, No Allergies, Can cook well.
Siobhan   -   21 February 2017 at 19:54  Email:  
RTI, JOG, Winter Series, Cowes, Dartmouth and Fastnet experienced. Pit or trim.
Thomas Dillon   -   13 January 2017 at 10:27  Email:  
I am an Australian looking to relocate to the Solent and am looking to continue and expand my sailing in the UK. I have a high level of experience in dinghy and sportsboat racing (competed in numerous state and national champs) and have competed in a number of Cat 1 and 2 offshore races in Aus, including the 2016 Sydney to Hobart. I am looking to relocate to the UK in March/April. I am interested in competing in the 2017 Fastnet race, Cowes Race week and as many races I can. I am young, fit and keen to get well into my sailing over in the UK. Regards, Thomas
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Thunderbird & Imperator 2017
Rupert (Farr 40 Thunderbird) and Paul (SJ35 Imperator) have joined forces to run a combined campaign in 2017 majoring on the RSrnYC Regattas and Passage Races plus JOG Cat 3 and Cat 4 races.
Let us know if you would like to race onboard a 'Class 1' racing machine and/or a 3/4 Ton traditional racer/cruiser.
We await your interest with availability.
Our programme offers exciting opportunities. Details PDF
Both yachts berthed on the Prince Philip Yacht Haven at the RSrnYC in Hamble.
Email: Paul or Rupert

RSrnYC Members: If you are campaigning a boat for the whole season and have similar needs to Mike & Rupert please send the information to website@royal-southern

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