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 Date:
2/12/99

From Nick on Storyville - to John on Shatsi in Spain. Happy New Year. Long time no see, hope you are both well. I am still here in Larnaca.

Date:
2/12/99

From John "Sea Thrift" . Hi Nick. [ Say, has Rod recognized your bay yet ? That is "Storyville Bay " , 3nm 140deg from Gocek.]O.K. Ed I'll help put it about.Good Luck. John+Bea

Date:
2/13/99

From John ex"Sea Thrift" Hi to Nick, I posted a message yesterday, but I think it got lost!!I am no longer "Sea Thrift" . She sailed west in care of Jason. They may be in Spain now. Hi to Jerry &Jean, lovely cartoon. My new boat is an 18 ft little cracker, something like a Foxcub."Happy Days" [I'm stuck with it I suppose] .See ya'

Date: 2/13/99

Armata's comments :Teething problems, hopefully fixed now. Jean and Jerry are in Germany, but I will pass on the message when they get back,
they were thrilled with the cartoon. It's great isn't it....chow

Date:
3/8/99

Hi John & Betty How is the house coming along Waiting to hear from you Doug from Winnipeg

Date:
3/21/99

Hi Doug, our mail address is laughland@superonline.com   [B stands for Beatrix !!!]

Date:
3/21/99

Hi Doug,[that's JOHN + BEATRIX by the way !!] drop us a line, we are > laughland@superonline.com      

Date:
3/24/99

and greetings to Nick from John of "Prion" who has an E address > Prion13@hotmail.com   send him some porn, we did.

Date:
4/7/99

Message for "Yacht - Eclipse of Penarth" Geoff Titterton. Larnaca Marina, Cyprus Hello Dad, I hope that this message receives you. My e-mail address is timlucy@lucytim.freeserve.co.uk  If you can get internet / e-mail access, please send me a message. Love you loads Lucy Titterton

Armata's comments :Message passed on Lucy, I hope he phoned you.

Date:
4/8/99

If anybody sees John & Leila off the Tayana 55 "Tranquility", pls have them e-mail me at myersd@bp.com . Cheers

Date:
4/13/99

From John + Bea Anyone know where Gary and Sjimmy of "Enshalla" have got to ?

Armata's comments : They are not in Larnaca, I checked.

Date:
4/26/99

This isn't going too well is it ? I'm delighted thet probably 75% of yachties we meet have a hotmail address, but only a small number of them know how to use the net. We do our best to spread 'The Garboard' [and we have no vested interest by the way, we only want a message board] but you all must help[please]

Date:
4/26/99

Few yachts in Fethiye Turkey right now. A big Ausie "Flashdancer 2" is notable.

Date:
5/4/99

Has anyone news of s/y Cowrie Dancer en route from Aden?

Date:
5/9/99

The Rally Just passed Fethiye, As far As I could tell they had a good night ashore. We saw some fine yachts and look foreward to seeing some again. Remember ....... Fethiye is THE BEST place to winter . Regards to all , John+Bea 

Date:
8/2/99

I need to know what "enshalla"means?? Aloha, Capt. Tom Bowen t.r.bowen@worldnet.att.net  

T H A N K S

Armata's comments : It means 'God willing' or' If God wills it'

Date:
8/28/99

From John "Sea Thrift" I guess that Tom was having a dog at the spelling. The word is usually spelt "Inshalla" and indeed I know of two boats of that name. However thats how Gary's boat was named when he bought it . Regards to all.

Date:
8/28/99

DIG, Not Dog !!

Date:
8/30/99

tHERE MUST BE SOMEONE THAT COULD USE AN EXPERIENCED OCEAN YACHTMASTER/MECHANIC/MEDIC ON A TRANS-aTLANTIC OR arc99 CROSSING. iF SO, PLEASE CONTACT rOB dARE pH/FAX +46 612 20158 EMAIL: DARER@HOTMAIL.COM

Date:
9/9/99

WANTED TO CHARTER A SAILBOAT at PAPHOS END OF SEBTEMBER.

KRUEGER@INGBUERO-KRUEGER.DE

Date:
2/8/00

I dream of Sailing from Turkey or Greece or Italy To Israel... I am Canadian backpacker Willing to work in a crew. I am computer tech. but able to do anykinda work :) swarm@portalnet.com 

Date:
5/3/00

I THINK YOU DOING A GREAT JOB THANKS NICOLAS

Date:
7/14/00

hello, im looking for Cat or Al in Larnaca. They were there for sure in 1994-1995. Alister should be about 19 now. I have not heard from them in years and am wondering if they are even still around. anyway if you happen to know anything please post it here. Thank you

Date:
7/15/00

Hi,

Hilary and Ray have left Larnaca, don't know whereabouts (still in Med) Alistair is either in the UK or with mum and dad. Don't know more than that ... sorry.

Date:
8/10/00

Hi, My name is Ron and i,m interested in finding a group of people who are going to sail the carib. islands this fall or winter and needs one more person. This has been a dream of mine for a long time. Am willing to pay and work my fair share.Anywheres from 2 to 6 weeks. My e-mail is rgardner@erols.com  Thank you

Date:
8/13/00

Has anyone any photos, articles, information or anything related to the swing keel Uffa Fox design Foxcub 18. If so E-mail it or description to me please at domlye@yahoo.co.uk .... Many thanks.

Date:
8/24/00

Does anyone out there have a contact phone / phax / email for Julian Blatchley (aka Blatch), last heard of floating around the Greek islands a couple of years ago. email me at ikershaw@hanseatic.com.cy 

Date:
9/23/00

Hi everyone, Firstly apologies for the large group email, but cafes are now sparse and rather expensive AND THIS ONE IS SOOOO SLOW. This is the only way we can keep in touch with you all. Good luck to all Malahide sailors in the Autumn League, Turnabout needs it most considering they are once again without their most amazing exceptionally gifted sail trimmer - who makes the pre race coffee now lads? Actually Naomi 's the only Turnabout crew we have an address for so could someone pass this mail on to the rest of them? Damien, how was/is Thailand? Could you or Peter show this email to the folks and Darragh whose address needs changing before I add it to the list...Please get Terry's address and send it with the email I waiting for from the family. Big Ears Belly, when's the move happening? How thick is the winter snow in New Jersey? Can ye get skis fer yer bike? Bob & Brenda, good luck with your pond crossing and thanks for the news from Aguadulce. You may meet a friend of ours in St. Lucia, Mike congrats on the new job and keep an eye out for Bob and Brenda on Oysterlove, a navy blue Oyster 39 ketch. Alison & John, we're seeing lots of interesting birds but haven't a fxxxing clue what they are.....thanks for the fish book. Here is the news! Now with all the jobs done and Larry finally lowered from his winter perch at the top of the mast (he only went up there to spy on the rest of you in Larnaca ye know), Freedom's Red Sea adventures have begun. Beginning on the 8th September we had a good sail which brought us to Port Said. The last part of the sail was interesting in the hours of darkness dodging our way through the fishing fleet, oil rigs and the ships making their way to the Suez. We tied up in "Port Fouad Yacht Club" which is grotty and filthy and spoke to our agent who arranges the transit and visas and fought off insistent requests for backsheesh. Backsheesh is a "present" usually in the shape of a pack of Marlboro which is asked for on the flimsiest of excuses, like getting up in the morning. Our first pilot for the canal transit joined us at 9 o'clock the following morning and we headed off. So many horror stories abound about pilots greed for excessive backsheesh, thieving, incompetence, and amorous advances towards the crew (male on one occasion!) that we couldn't wait to see what ours would get up to. He just did his job and asked for nothing except the standard "pilots present" at the end of the day. We were almost disappointed. We anchored for the night and the next morning our second pilot joined us, a pleasant guy and we got on well. He carried photos of his wife and two children and in return we showed our photos and he pleaded to keep one of them. Larry said no a dozen times and he gave up. During the passage he had the saloon to himself twice so he could pray. When we arrived in Suez we gave him the customary 10 dollars and a packet of cigs But he asked for more because he was a good man. We told him if he was anything less we'd have given him nothing. He did con a can of coke out of us though! We then took a trip to Cairo from Suez. What a crazy place! We got an early morning bus full of friendly helpful Egyptians. When we were buying our tickets though, it was quickly pointed out to us that there were two queues, one for men and another for women. The madness of the most populated city in Africa and Arabia hit us as soon as we stepped off the bus. Rushing all around us were hundreds of people including heavily veiled women and men in dresses, cars, busses, and minibuses with touts roaring their destinations. The noise! The chaos! We had to shout to hear eachother. Eventually we found the cleanest place in Cairo, the Metro. We crammed ourselves into a train to the Egyptian Museum and went to say hello some Pharaohs. We spent most of the day there. It's amazing to look at the statues, the intricate burial caskets and the amazing gold masks and realise that these flawless works of art were created up to 5000 years ago. We later had a beer and a meal and easily missed the bus back to Suez. After some panic we discovered there were mini buses going to Suez. This information we learned from a coach driver on his way home who offered to give us a lift in his empty coach to the area where the mini bus leaves. The area is a place that comes alive from midnight onwards, full of rubbish , shops, tea rooms, dubious characters and misfits but at no time did we feel intimidated, we just patiently waited on this street corner for a mini bus we were assured would soon appear. There was no queue just ourselves and a soldier. Suddenly a mini bus did appear, horn blowing like the charge of the light brigade and before we had time to collect ourselves at half the population of Egypt appeared and swarmed the bus. Our soldier was confident, there would be another bus, so we relaxed, and those that did not get on board disappeared into the darkness leaving the two of us and soldier boy alone. 20 minutes later another bus arrived and the scene was a replay of the previous experience and even now soldier boy had a worried look. A few minutes later a guy walked up to us, spoke to soldier boy who said follow me and we ran off dodging the traffic and eventually dived aboard bus number 3. The driver proceeded to drive along a pavement across the pavement into the next lane of traffic back to where we had been standing. With satisfaction we watched all these people appearing from nowhere trying to board. I (Larry) was less happy when on our way I reckoned one of the wheel bearings was about to explode and there felt like a lump in one of the tyres. I was giving Tracey odds as to whether we would make it while soldier boy, sitting behind Tracey, was whispering in her ear "I love America". After Cairo we returned to Freedom and set sail for our first coral reef anchorage. We sailed 170 miles with up to 41 knots of wind pushing us through the Straits of Gubal which are littered with oil and gas rigs aswell as shipping. Both of us stayed on watch through out the night, one handsteering as we hurtled down the waves at speed of up to 10 knots with no jib and a double reefed main, and one keeping an eagle eye out for ships, rigs and unlit hazards. The boat behaved well despite the unbalanced sail plan (we couldn't fill the jib being dead down wind) and we almost enjoyed the roller coaster ride. We spent 4 days in the desolate Tawila island anchorage of Endeavour Harbour. There was nothing in sight except sea and sand. The daytime 25 - 30 knot winds increased at night. One night the depth sounder alarm had us leaping from the bunk. Within seconds the engine was on. In the darkness, with no lights around us, we couldn't tell for certain whether or not we had dragged. The anchor seemed well dug in. After an hour of careful observation we decided that the instrument was possessed and went back to bed. The following day the wind lessened and we went snorkelling on the reef. A dolphin appeared and watched us closely but refused to swim with us. We had the occasional fisherman visit us looking for tea bags or cigs in exchange for fish. On our last day some fishermen arrived with two crayfish. They were looking for 25 dollars or a bottle of whisky. We bargained them down to a half bottle of Ouzo which cost us about a pound and a bag of cereal which was banished from Freedom for harbouring a large maggot. We left there yesterday and are currently in the new Egyptian resort town of El Gouna from here we intend to visit Luxor, the site of ancient Thebes and home to temples and tombs galore. From here we will be heading fairly quickly to the Sudan where we have been told the reefs and anchorages are excellent. Well that's enough from us for the time being as we know there is a cafe locally and can never be sure when we will stumble across the next one. Take care all, Love Larry & Tracey.

Date:
10/3/00

Looking for help in finding experienced marine engineer/deck hand for 100 foot power boat. Traveling from California to east coast and beyond - anyone know of good sources - internet sites, employment agencies, etc. - pls respond to  southx@hotmail.com  Tanks much!

Date:
10/9/00

Good Day! Anyone know of a notice board for yachties in New Zealand? I am trying to locate a sailing vessel(a joshua40 aft cockpit) previously berthed, and forsale in Nelson, south island, New Zealand. She went by the name Sundowner, and was previously owned by Rondi Smith. I am trying to located the boat, and communicate with the new owners. They are from England and sold their boat to purchase Sundowner during the spring of 1999 up in Rongare, North Island, New Zealand. If anyone has any news as to the wereabouts of this boat, or how I may chat with another group for the south pacific, NZ & Australia, please let me know. Thanks for your help.

Sincerely,

Chrisailor@hotmail.com  

Date:
10/27/00

Hedonist, Travel Photographer with Thai wife who can cook the most wonderful food, standing on her head, seeks interesting travel opportunity on board yacht. Contact us on e-mail jam@public.ty.sx.cn  or fax/voicemail + 44 (0) 870 133 1017 or mobile + 86 1393 404 9214

Date:
11/20/00

can anyone please let me know the contacts for what authority monitors radio schedules for a yacht travelling from Seychelles to Mauritius, and then Mauritius to Australia. Thank you if you can help. robyn@lawleymills.com  

Date:
12/4/00

Hilary & Ray - KOALA

Last e-mail address I had was sy-koala@hotmail.com  (not sure if SY-K... tho) Jenny 'Transmare'

Date:
1/9/01

Hello: Any ideas on how I may track down a small sailing ketch on it's way around? The vessel went by the name SUNDOWNER. She is a JOSHUA 40, aft cockpit, ketch. She is a Antartic veteran and was last seen berthed in NElson,South Island, New Zealand in May of 1999 were she was sold to a family from England. I am trying to find a way to correspond with this new owner, however I am not sure as to which direction she was headed around. If anyone may offer any ideas on how I may locate this vessel it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much, Chrisailor@hotmail.com 

Date:
1/26/01

u.s. virgin islands guy looking for crewing pos. to europe via the azores in spring of 2001. i have trans-AT experience, i'm local at peter's sports cafe and i've two useless college degrees so i can chat about anything if the need arises. my sailing exp. is eehhh...so so. i digress. i'm no sir slocum, but i can tie a bow line knot and i've made pizza's in 30 foot sea's. if you need a crew member for the crossing, i've references to prove that i am worthy of your opportunity. e-mail: schmecken1@hotmail.com  telep# on st. john, usvi: 340.693.93.86 cheers. kenny

Date:
2/7/01

Hi there everybody !!
My name's Marc and I'm a strong, healthy, athletic 22 year old guy looking for a yacht in the Med. or Carib. I can make awesome food and mix spectacular drinks - looking to live and work onboard for a long time - hope someone mails me - foxford79@hotmail.com 
Shot - Cheers - Marc

Date:
2/7/01

looking for young lady to share expenses crewing 30 foot yacht whitsundays june tall handsome skipper jadewills@hotmail.com 

Date:
3/11/01

Looking for any info about the yacht "moby dick" build in ukraine moored in1996 in larnaca marina any story is welcome thanks Johan jdl1@village.uunet.be 

Date:
4/4/01

Hey, I'm ERIC, a 26 year old sea-legger looking for some ocean action. I've crewed on a 47' sloop for 1yr and plan on crewing forever. Email me at eric14@prontomail.com 

Date:
4/5/01

Hi,,Looking to contact Andy Bray from the UK who I met in Fiji. Please email Jamie from NZ jdubois303@hotmail.com 

Date:
4/6/01

Hi! My name is Tina,23 years old, looking for a job on the yacht as a stewardess, ASAP!!! I have previous experience on the sail and M/Y. tinacvija@yahoo.com 

Date:
5/18/01

Hey, I am ayoung enthusiastic 20 year old, with alot of on water experience. Looking to do anything from an ocean crossing to regattas. Please feel free to e mail me anytime, i'm ready to go! far_gass@hotmail.com 

Date:
5/26/01

Whatever happened to the 'Sea Victory'? I crewed it briefly in 1982. Geoff Dixon, London.

Date:
6/8/01

Hi- I'm trying to locate a blond brit named Mike Austin. Lost contact and miss him! If you know him, say Jes says Ahoy and nope, nothing fell apart during the earth quake! svblessedbe@att.net 

Date:
6/19/01

Is any of the gang from the Limassol Sheraton marina, winter of '87-'88, still afloat in the eastern Med.? I sailed in in the fall aboard Bernard's "Tuiga", left for Gocek in the spring with Joe Burke on "Mermin". The latest issue of "Practical Sailor" has a photo, taken May '01 at a marina in Cyprus, with Ian and Theresa Foster's " Sunshine" in the background. I f they or any of the others recall the yank artist of Monagroulli and would like to get in touch, I 'd like to say hello. David Rohn "Tulip"

Date:
6/25/01

Geoff Dixon,

You asked about Sea Victory, I was on it in 1982 when it took a boat load of people out of Beirut during the Israeli invasion. Were you on it then? I was on it with my wife and daughter. I was trying to find something on this trip, and heard that Cpt Heath had written a book with someone on that trip. Any clues? Name of the book, author, etc..

Thanks

jgfadel@innova.net 

Date:
7/8/01

Has anyone heard from Nick on Storyville recently?? last heard from in Phuket September 2000.

Date:
9/7/01

Yup, he is well and has a house down there - got arrested playing music but survived.....2001

Date:
9/13/01

Hi, My name is Terry and I am a (50yr.) student of multi media. I am doing a web page based on building a steel 40 ft Sray (Bruce Roberts Design ) and would be interested to hear from any Spray owners. Particulary steel owner builders who I could use or feature in my web page. teryt1@hotmail.com 

Date:
10/17/01

Greetings,

I am interested in finding semi-permanant dock space for my 46 ft boat in the Carribean. I want to live on the boat part of the time and possibly charter it part of the time but I know nothing about this. Any help is appreciated.
Jordan Davies jordan71@bellsouth.net 

Date:
10/27/01

I wonder if Nick still visits The Garboard ? I well remember him playing at "Popeyes" on Rhodos, and of course the bay "Storeyville Bay" is named for him. {THats near Gocek in Turkey] John[Sea Thrift]

Hi John... Nick was in a couple of weeks ago - he is in the Far East (20.08.02) But will be back in Cyprus soon.

Date:
10/31/01

Hello: Any ideas on how I may track down a small sailing ketch on it's way around? The vessel went by the name SUNDOWNER. She is a JOSHUA 40, aft cockpit, ketch. She is a Antartic veteran and was last seen berthed in NElson,South Island, New Zealand in May of 1999 were she was sold to a family from England. I am trying to find a way to correspond with this new owner, however I am not sure as to which direction she was headed around. If anyone may offer any ideas on how I may locate this vessel it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much, Chrisailor@hotmail.com 

Date:
11/28/01

Seeking experience marine engineer for private boat for south pacific - email me - george_567@hotmail.com 

Date:
12/3/01

Could be another dissapointing winter in Fethiye, there was a time when we would have 40 yachts on the anchorage. Dammit, Fethiye has to be one of the best wintering holes in the Eastern Med ! Perfect holding, free anchorage and sometimes free berthing. Seems more people can afford marinas these days, aye well things change. John "Sea Thrift" [as was]

Date:
3/13/02

Hi I'm a Kiwi sailor with vast experience offering my services to help any boat that is stuck somewhere and can't crew. I'M available untill I find a paid position to sail anywhere. Require airfares to and from your vessel plus expenses at the rate of US.$130 per week. Email to contact, philclarke@ihug.co.nz  Cheers and safe sailing.

Date:
3/17/02

EMAIL: joybose65@hotmail.com 

PLEASE ADVISE OPTIONS! BRITISH CERTIFIED CHIEF MATE UNLIMITED GROSS TONNAGE AND OCEAN GOING PRIVILEGES. DANGEROUS CARGO ENDORSEMENT AND STCW DOCUMENTS. EXPERIENCE ON OIL TANKERS AND GENERAL CARGO SHIPS. HOW CAN I JOIN THE MOTOR YACHT INDUSTRY?

Date:
4/1/02

Saw a message from Chris dated 10/31/01 regarding Sundowner. If this is Chris Turner, please email me at william.m.grillo@lmco.com .

Date:
5/19/02

Trying to contact Brian McIlwrick, last known to us sailing out of Malta on a 46ft ketch. Probably doing charters to Brazil and elsewhere.

We are old friends (we met in Brazil) who have moved to New Zealand but lost contact.

Contact us on: (email) jkmsurf@paradise.net.nz  on (tel) 00+ 64 4 970 1733 or write to 6 Nadia Grove, Wellington 6004, New Zealand.

The Americas Cup next year! Plus, New Zealand is an absolutely brilliant country.

Love from John and Sharon Murphy.

Date:
6/27/02

The Skipper (husband) and I read your excellent magazine avidly and wonder if either you or other readers could help us with something.

We are going to join the merry band of liveaboards from Spring of next year and we think we have covered as much ground as we are able with preparations. We are going to sail to the Med via the Bay of Biscay, Spain, Portugal and all points down to Greece/Cyprus.

However, we seem to have hit a brick wall with communications inasmuch as Service Providers such as AOL etc do not seem able to advise us on the best and most economical method of accessing email. We have a laptop but at present no internet access. Can any readers advise us on how they have dealt with this issue? Do they use the mobile phone to access email, visit cyber cafes (still limited in number we imagine) or has anybody found a service provider who can deal with this knotty problem?

Any assistance and information would be appreciated.

Date:
6/29/02

Are you looking for willing crew to share the expenses in the med, ionian or aegean or adriatic? Fairly experienced and easy to get on with. Jack of all trades. Contact marmora at marmora@matravnet.hu 

Date:
8/22/02

Looking to join amiable crew in Med/beyond. Exper- ience in N. Atlantic, Carribean, Pacific. e-mail reply to npw3@hotmail.com . Norman

Date:
10/10/02

T0 Morning Star please ring me \\julie10th October 2002

Date:
11/14/02

I am looking for news of the S/Y ciclon I met last week in Marmaris Turquey,who was heading to Larnaca.a navtex message read to days ago asked that the boat was not arrived and recommend to the boat at sea in this part of med to have a sharp watch to find her...Is this boat arived or still lost?please email me to: patrice.marchetti@freesbee.fr  Thanks

Date:
11/20/02

There will be a seminar at the Sun Hall Hotel on Thursday 28th of November

E.U.Accession and what it will mean to you!

Contact

gje@towrylae.com.cy  for further details

Date:

1/20/03

Three very experienced regatta sailors from the netherlands are looking for a boat to manage for 6 to 9 months. Our goals is to to supply time and experienced (racing) crew to someone who would like to sail races around the atlantic on his own boat. You can sail the races and we will do the delivery (no charge) and if you need some extra racing crew we would gladly help you out with that as well. Availble as from August 2002 to August 2003 Email Edward.terhorst@lareka.nl 

Date:
2/17/03

I can not find the yacht of Mr. Alan Simmons, registered, probably, in Limassol. He's deperately needed here in Moscow, Russia My email: s_usov@mail.ru  Thanks Sergey Usov

Date:
3/11/03

Hi my name is veronica I've worked on board cruiseshipes and I have blue waters experince I can cook clean sing, massages and cut hair. If you need me please email at missveronica78@hotmail.com 

Date:
4/11/03

caregiver, able to handle disabled, willing to travel. Hazel type companion. palmist43@hotmail.com 

Date:
7/6/03

does anyone know the current whereabouts of Nick and Storyville and how he may be contacted

Date:
7/7/03

Hi, Yes I know how to get in touch with Nick, so if you want to send him something I will forward it for you. send it to mistressATwindowoncyprus.com 

Date:9/6/03

I'M LOOKING FOR DIMITRIS THEODOROU.. HE IS AN OLD FRIEND OF MINE.. HE HAS A NICE BIG YACHT IN PARALIMNI OR AYIA NAPA. HE OWNS SOME FURNITURE STORES IN NICOSIA I THINK.. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW I MAY FIND HIM??

Date:1/25/04

Prob not the place I should leave this message-but I will be due to leave Mexico in early Sept 2004, for the UK...If I could work my way back across on a sailboat my dream would be complete... 19 year old hardworking, adventurous female...even if you cant get me back to Britain, Europe will do! Even if you cant-if you could point me in the direction of someone who might be able to... cheers :@) fruitbatATouten1.me.uk

Date:2/11/04

British Personal Assistant, Massage Therapist and Nanny available to work on board private yacht. Excellent Skills include, but not limited to, MS Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Access, installation and maintances of computer software, Expense Reports, Aromtherapy, Swedish, Deep Tisssue, Ayurveda and Sports Therapy Massage. 10 years+ Nanny experience, excellent with children of all ages. 4 years private yacht experience. References Available upon request. fl33139ATnetzero

Date:2/26/05

AHOY! Any and all news on Joshua40's. Boat names, locations, e-mail contacts, Boats for sale... There were only 70 of these legendary vessels built in France(1963-77). Please pass along my email address to all that might be helpful in my pursuit. Thanks, chrisailorAThotmail.com

Date:30/9/06

stewardess 26 years old looking for ork in yacht i have expeirience in
cruis ships spouk english speish a mail zbezinATyahoo.com from Croatia

Date:2/10/06

Hey,
I'm Liz, franco-Italian, 21 with some yachting experience and broad 
hospitality experience, speak fluent english, french and italian and some 
spanish and arabic.Available for short charters in the med till june 2007.
Hope to hear from you soon! Elizabetta 00393483625388
elizabetta_bATyahoo.com

Date:11/10/06

My name is Mike Lepetit and I am from Long Island, New York. I have 
little sailing experience but I am looking to go sailing on a semi-lengthy 
trip. I 21 years old, I speak fluent French as well as English, I learn 
very quickly and I do not smoke (but I don't mind those who do). I am very flexible about everything so no matter where you are from or how long 
you are going for please send me an e mail. HeyimmichaelATgmail.com Thank you.

Date:11/10/07

my name is Heffo I'm 22 and I'm looking to get out of Ireland for the winter again
hope to head Caribbean bound
i was in the alps snowboarding last winter, surfing in Ireland for the summer
lots of experience on tall ships such as Jeannie Johnston STV and Asgard 2 STV
watch leader on both
a couple of Irish coastal deliveries
yacht racing
dingy, keel boat and catamaran instructor
safety boat
day skipper
onshore yachtmaster theory
keen surfer and sailor not gonna lie there my love in life
among lots of other outdoor sports
studied outdoor recreation in collage
i live every day like its my last
witch normal involves being happy
and thats me in a nutshell
hope to here from somebody soon who can take me away from the beautiful Irish weather

fair wind and sunny skies

Heffo
srmheffoATgmail.com

Date:10/12/07

i am chief officer looking for any vacant position on board on nice yacht.my tel:00359877541870 ,my e-mail:hristo_2ndATabv.bg.awaiting your soon reply!!

Date:10/12/07

am an experienced American Stewardess. Have worked freelance private and charters with concentration in charters. Strenths include attention to detail, bartending, interior inventory and detailing, provisioning and deck work. Based in Ft. Lauderdale and may be contacted at 954-226-7707 or crocker_tinamarieATyahoo.com

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