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PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:52 am 
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Like the title says...I work on a tall ship (105' gaff rigged schooner) and we are headed south this winter. The trip is Norfolk to Puerto Rico, Viequez/Culebra out of Fajardo, then USVI/BVI before leaving for the San Blas. From San Blas, we're headed to Portobelo, Panama, then Isla Providencia, Guanaja Honduras, and Nicaragua. Ultimately we'll check back in in the keys, and then bound again for Norfolk. Early Dec - early Apr. There are berths available at each stop as well as for the transits. Website is here: http://www.sailyorktown.com/schooner-al ... uises.html

I can be reached either via this thread or PM if there are any questions. Boat is 51 ton, so time applies for 100 ton license. The captain/owner is 1600 ton ocean master...he has been sailing since the 70's. I'm not going to beat this like a dead horse, but did want to post something up for consideration.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2013 11:15 am 
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The schedule is updated to include dropping Nicaragua and picking up a shot from the Keys back up to the bay. Accomodations include private cabins with your own head. Trying to get enough people to book so we can go! Need to get that ticket time for my license! :-)

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:36 pm 
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Ok, I'll bite...I wouldn't mind doing the entire trip as paid crew. Is this what you're advertising for? or charter passengers?

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 16, 2013 3:31 pm 
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Sorry I'm just getting back to this. We've been super busy getting prepped. Putting it out there for charter pax. We are full up on our paid crew...there are only 5 of us that stay with the boat the whole trip. Our volunteer crew spots are filled up already too...we normally only take people that have either been aboard Alliance, or people we know from the tallship community or who can be vouched for by someone we know, as she's no plastic yacht. If something opens up on delivery, I'll keep you in mind but it wouldn't be a paid gig.

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